Wait, what does ‘Tekisasu’ mean?
‘Tekisasu’ is the Japanese word for ‘Texas’. It’s written in romaji format, using Roman characters. In Japanese katakana, it is written as ‘テキサス’. Here at Tekisasu, we simply pronounce it “tek-sah-sue”.
Like any person lucky enough to be born in the late 70s and early 80s, we grew up with the large influence of Japanese culture, many times without even realizing it!
It was in the video games we played, the films we watched, and in our tastes and sensibilities. Likewise, many elements of American culture are adapted by the Japanese in kind.
Learn more about the video game, Poncho-Poncho Land, that Tekisasu is currently developing!
- Upstream Godot 4.0 beta 7 releasedThe latest release of the Godot 4.0 beta series utilized by Tekisasu has released a Beta 7 snapshot! (https://godotengine.org/article/dev-snapshot-godot-4-0-beta-7) The Godot Engine project is releasing betas very frequently leading up to a first production release that many people are eagerly awaiting. Tekisasu very heartily supports Godot Engine and if you’ve ever considering trying to make … Read more
- Tekisasu Engine 4Poncho-Poncho Land development has been picking back up since spring of this year. From character developer, to researching game mechanics, to graphical and musical design, a lot of shifts from the initial development have occurred and we’re really excited to share where we are with the project at the moment. As you may know, Tekisasu … Read more