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Dissecting a Cogmind Changelog

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Cogmind has had 15 major releases in the past 21 months, and the changelogs for especially the latest four have each been massive walls of text. While it’s fresh in my mind, and before we move on to a different system of smaller, quicker patch-style releases, I thought it would be interesting to share an […]

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Year 3 of the Cogmind

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Unbelievable… I’ve been working on Cogmind for three and a half years now. Yet another year has gone by, and this time the end is very much in sight! To start off, as I did for 2014 and 2015 here’s a collage of development images from the past year: GIFs outnumbered PNGs about three-to-one, but an […]

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Cogmind, 1 Year of Alphas

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Cogmind Alpha Access is one year old! (One could optionally end this sentence with “!?!?”) “Year 1″ since release in May 2015 overlaps with some previous postmortems I’ve done, so rather than rehash that content here I’ll just be linking to it where appropriate. That said, there is plenty of fresh data to share, too […]

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Year 2 of the Cogmind

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Cogmind has been in mostly full-time development for 2.47* years now, and things got especially interesting this year with alpha opening up. Again it’s time to recap the past year’s highlights and make, um, “educated guesses” as to what the future holds ;). Like last time, let’s first check out a collage of development images […]

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Alpha Release State

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Cogmind’s first public alpha release, scheduled for May as announced earlier, will be both playable and fun, but by no means done. This post explains what will and will not be included in the first release, and where development will go from there. What is ready? First and most importantly, what exactly can you already […]

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