Sorry that I haven't blogged in a while. I have been exceedingly busy completing the Cortex game engine and Megaloptura (our latest game).
Recently we created a demo video for a memory game based to run on tablets for a toy company in New Jersey. They took the demo to a toy convention in Chicago and it received lots of attention. It was there a journalist from the Examiner wanted to know more about who made the demo. So then they became interested in our newest development Megaloptura and interviewed me. :D So it goes to show that you never know where your press will come from! (p.s. we aren't sure what they did to the images, they are super grainy)
Here is a link to the Interview with the Examiner,
To add to this weeks excitement, our newest game Megalotpura went BETA with the "Early Bird" backers recieving the first playable version of the game. What is super sweet is that nobody has found any bugs! That is a good feeling no matter what you build. :D People can still become backers for the project, get the "Early Bird" package with early release and even get their names and photos in the game credits if they like! Check it out. Megaloptura the game.
That is about it for now, sorry for staying away so long :)
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