Once this has been signed off by the proofmonkeys, I will likely post this to itchi.io.
In other news, I got a new job, I start tomorrow, likely going to be a massive amount of work and stress, but it pays well and is less than 10 minutes from my house, far better than driving an hour to Nashvegas for the same pay. Maybe I will do this for a couple of years, pay off the house, then really retire and just make gaming products. Huzzah!
I ended up nearly dying last year and this whole thing got derailed at the last minute, until Narmer reminded me about it. Uploaded to itch.io just now so you can store in your library there!
Great news! Can't wait to see the final product!ReplyDelete
Awesome Matt. Great job. Good to hear things are a little better.ReplyDelete
Nice! I'm looking forward to this.ReplyDelete
Excited for this!ReplyDelete
I love this! The integration of map and content plays to all your strengths...ReplyDelete
Did you put this up and I missed it?ReplyDelete
I failed. Around this time I took a new, quite stressful job, then a few weeks later I had a near-death experience (for reals) and this completely 100% slipped my mind. Thank you for reminding me! I will put this up in just a few minutes.Delete
Here you go!Delete
Oh, great! Yeah, I remember your advice concerning ladders. I now treat them all as if they are mimics waiting to kill me.ReplyDelete
Yeah, I actually coded in the ICU, this might have been the last thing I ever made. Luckily, the Army me tough as nails. ;-)Delete
Holy crap! I knew it was bad but didn't catch or didn't realize it was that bad! Damn! I'm really glad you pulled through.Delete
Oh yeah, seventeen bones broke, thirteen of them were ribs. Nose, vertebrae, pelvis and (though we didn't discover it until February) right firearm were also broken in the fall. Life flighted and spent a week in the ICU. I didn't really tell but a few people until the guys on Tenkar's Tavern brought it up on one of his shows.Delete