Posts Tagged ‘experimental game-making’

Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

Sunday, May 15th, 2011

Just a quick note updating the lack of web log activity lately.  I’ve become involved in a short experimental game that has really diverted my energy and attention away from blogging.  I am not at liberty to disclose the exact nature of this project as it’s a bit of a mess to explain at present, but the gist of it is that it involves a large number of game developers spending a very short amount of time each contributing to a collaborative game (as little as one hour!).  We’re not sure how exactly it’s going to turn out, but it’s very interesting to watch the project evolve.  Unfortunately, I’ve come to assume a coordinating role in the project, which eats up considerably more time than the minimum communicating with other participants.  Rest assured I have continued to make progress on Curses & Castles, but I’ve just had no extra time or energy for more writing when it comes to updating the old web log.

Anyway, I hope to get a post up this week to prove that I’m still committed to Curses & Castles, and once the experimental collaborative effort makes a little more progress I’ll be sure to write a log entry about it.  In the mean time, wish me luck on my many multiplying projects!