Hi! I'm Ray. I was born "Robert Mock" and still use that name with some folks. You are welcome to use either name, though I mostly use "Ray" around here.
I am agendered, nonbinary. Please use they/them pronouns when referring to me. Pansexual, but those thoughts will mostly be relegated to my After Dark account - message me if you would like a link.
I make videogames! I will mostly talk about feelings and shitpost here, though. Check out @bowlercaptain if that's more your speed.
Just got denied extended unemployment so I’m totally out of money and options. Still need about $200 to cover rent. Thank you to all who have helped so far. https://paypal.me/archangelic
queer + caps
yesterday I looked at keybase and was like "when did I follow someone named em... oh Lazerwalker is trans. LAZERWALKER IS TRANS! Fuck YEAH."
who was one of the nicest fuckin people I met at GDC that few years ago
has they/them *IN THEIR DISPLAY NAME*
and has a new card game they're working on - seems like both of those folks are working on it, maybe
which imma play the SHEIT out of
4am math thoughts
Aw, phooey. Figured out how to compass/straightedge construct a cube onto a segment passing through diagonally opposing corners in 3D, then realized that's not the cube root of the length. It's sqrt((length^2)/3). Much less helpful and revolutionary. Well, back to the drawing board.
celeste, *spoilers*, salt
You know, *some* video games use their last levels to test mastery of the skills developed throughout the course of the game.
Like, you know, this game did, until the very, very end of the summit B-side. And now the second half of chapter 9.
Why did you wait until *NOW* to introduce these fucking kaizo tricks.
Maybe it's a gang. Maybe it became that too.
Pronouns: they/them most of the time. Fluid.
Like @bowlercaptain except queer
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