When I first started all this, I conceptualized having a little something that served as a visual representation of all the work done over time. And so, while I wanted to have a static logo for my DBA, I also aimed to have a larger non-commercial version that reflected all those changes.

That is when after some brainstorming sessions, the sakura tree came to be. My original idea was to have something new added right under the tree, or hanging from the branches, that sort of thing.

The thing is that if I end up making a lot of games, it would get crowded faster than I would like it to. For me to show the solution I came up with, I would have to launch my 3rd title publicly (that will be soon though). But overall, imagine having little charms hanging on the branches with the logo image of each game, small charms, while also having under the tree something that represents the previous title made.


KNIGHTS that was the first title, has nothing other than the colors of the game.

Little Room being the second has under the tree something to represent KNIGHTS in the shape of a chess board.

And when the third title arrives, the tree will have a KNIGHTS logo charm on a branch, while having under the tree something that represents Little Room.

Then the fourth title will have under the tree something from the third title, while having all the previous ones in the shape of charms.


That is pretty much how things will shape the logo.


Arzola's Logo Showcase Up To Little RoomI can’t wait to see how it changes over time, something that allows me to look back and be proud of all the work done to that moment.

It will be interesting.


Anyway that is all from me this time.

As always, thank you very much for reading my blog.

This might be a little late to report, but it is that time of the year again…


OHH YEAA! It is that time of the year again, when we spend our hard-earned money mindlessly purchasing more games than one life allows to play.

It is even more exciting for me this year as it will be the first time I will be taking part as a developer. I don’t really had to do much besides choosing a price tag for the game, but still it is an interesting experience.


And you know what phrase comes to mind on these dates… come on… I don’t even have to remind you…

Praise The Gaben

(Click it ^, I swear it isn’t anything inappropriate)

Summer Sales 2016 - KNIGHTSThat said, be sure to check out the store pages in case you were already interested in KNIGHTS:


If you wish to ask me why it is cheaper on some places rather than having all the same discount, the reason is… taxes. 😛

Let us hope that by the Holiday Sales I have more games to offer to everyone 🙂


Once again, thank you everyone!

And as always, thank you for reading my blog. :3

Some weeks ago the folks from Viope World sent me an invitation to take part on an event they hold on a yearly basis.

GDWC 2016

The Game Development World Championship (or GDWC), a competition where any game finished in the current year can enter. And yes that is pretty much the only rule to fulfill, it HAS TO BE FROM THIS YEAR (for obvious reasons).

DK Jr. MathThe rest is basically if you wish to participate on either the serious or entertainment category. Where serious will be those projects that address a certain issue, mainly education. And entertainment the one most games will fall into, because let’s be honest here, that is the reason we play.


Also, there is no limit to the number of submissions or team members, if they are done before September the 30th. So if you finish one project each week (somehow), you can still submit 16 projects before the timeline is here.

And before I forget, projects which by the way can be of any platform: Mobile, PC, Mac, Linux, tablet, consoles, r-zone, you name it. Given you provide the correct build for the game that is.

So basically, if you finished a game recently, might as well upload it. Nothing to lose, it is already finished after all.


I’m not being paid to say this (why would someone pay ME?) but it is a public invitation for anyone that gets to see this post.

So if you read it this far, thank you, and I hope to see your project(s) participating!


And to those regulars,

Thank you, for reading my blog~ 😀