I’m glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for playing!
I already have. Nobody bothers to read it, or they think it’s “too out of date” so they ask me anyway.
No. Chubpan is on standby until such a time as I can afford to devote my game development resources to a free project. Specifically, I will need to have enough income from other projects to be able to fund Chubpan’s development, as well as whatever project comes after it (Since Chubpan won’t fund anything)
I am not interested in crowdfunding the game, neither am I interested in changing it to a for-purchase project.
My actual development lineup right now is Bastard Bonds, then Townseed, and then unless those projects are wildly successful, probably still not ChubPan.
Thank you so much! I’m glad you enjoyed it!
First it was too tight, then it was too dry. That’s fair enough. Then it was in crooked. Then it was too cold. Then it was too bright. Too quiet, too stuffy in the room, Every excuse he could think of to get Orsino to pull out, Boulder used.
No more excuses.
For finished games, that’s all there is right now. I’ll be putting out another game called Bastard Bonds later this year, and then next will be Townseed, a game I’ve been working on for a long time. Neither of them will be porn games.
They aren’t, sorry! You might have some luck with an emulator, and I might consider android in the future, but for now I only officially support Windows.
"your full name without an E,F,R,S,K,I,M,L,C,A,Y,N"
Just “gw” which is how I sign most of my work anyway.
I feel like this video is a good summary of the constant terror that internet creative types live in, and is important for said creative types as well as folks who consume creative content created by others to consider.
If you ever meet a “famous” person in real life, keep these things in mind. People are rarely as asinine as you think based on rumor. In this day and age, we need to have a kind of internet-etiquette that includes separating conversations about people from conversations about symbols. Otherwise you might do one of these two things
1) shit on a person disproportionate to what they’ve said or done
2) Ignoring the problem you were actually upset with in favor of lashing the horse pulling your hate-bandwagon.
I’m no exception. I’ve said crap to people in private. But the more visible I become, the more I recognize what it’s like on the other side of the conflict. And the more I try to distinguish my opinions about things from opinions about people. ESPECIALLY as I enter the professional animation sphere.
As someone working hard to try to gain a foothold as an indie developer, this really struck a chord with me. I’m also one of those spoken-of minorities from the end of the video. Pouring everything into this gives me just about equal measures of fear from “What if this doesn’t work” and “What if it does?”