…working on the ‘vertical slice’ stage of my CandyJam game
And, of course, listening to the Real Folk Blues. Yeah.
Sometimes I wonder: Why is it that spam comments cannot at least be
written in better English? Surely Google Translate must do a better job
Expect a lot of tag/markup edits to my posts as I
endeavor to clean/streamline my over-crowded home page.
Double Fine Adventures isn’t breaking new ground by being a crowdfunding project for a video game. Nor, from what I can tell, are they really doing too much different in their approach to it. (With the exception, perhaps, of the inclusion of a behind-the-scenes documentary of course.)
And possibly intrigued by the hype created by Double Fine’s project, Obsidian Entertainment and Planescape: Torment designer Chris Avellone recently poled fans to see what they would want to see if Obsidian were to Kickstart a game project of their own, and the thread got 1000 hits per second. (Not surprisingly, Planescape 2 was at the top of the wish list.)
Lastly, if anyone is interested in seeing other game kickstarts, IGN posted a little piece entitled Five More Video Game Kickstarters to Fund.
By the by, Shadow of Light Dragon’s competition entry can be found here, on her socioal.bioware blog. Have a read, if you will. The action flows like ambrosia.