October 09, 2013

Welcome to the new developer’s log of Lunar Enigma!

We were very unhappy with how sluggish a poorly managed Wordpress was and decided to switch over to static pages and Jekyll seemed to do exactly what we wanted. We’re now serving the contents of the website from Amazon’s S3 cloud services and you will notice the pages loading MUCH faster ( <0.5 sec compared to 2-10 sec).

Please bear with us during the transition since we are still working on getting used to how this all works. What we can say is that we’re excited for what this means for the visibility of the website. Over the next few weeks we will be linking up more pages and expanding the navigation options on here so you can filter the content you want to see.

Old Posts

We were able to import the old Wordpress blog posts but as you can imagine there were some formatting issues. For now we’re going to leave them out and call this a fresh start but in the future we may bring them back and put them in some sort of archive if there seems to be a need or demand for them.


You will also notice that we’ve taken on a minimalistic approach and for good reason. This not only allows us to focus on the content but it also helps speed up the delivery process.

“Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.” - Antoine de Saint-Exupe

Code Snippets

Another neat thing about the new website is it’s ability for syntax highlighting via beautiful monokai theme


Other Cool Stuff

These buttons are pretty neat. I’m going to use some just because I can.

Here are some links to buy Lawnmower Challenge:

Apple AppStore
Google Play
Amazon AppStore

Posted by @LunarPeter

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It's been over 2 years since the release of my first game, Lawnmower Challenge, and over a year since the sequel was actively being worked on. The sequel, which will feature a panda instead of a lawnmower, is nearly complete and has been in that state for a very long time. It's finally time to push through the last 10% which means I need to find a talented programmer who can help. Continue reading

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