Two blog posts in two days!! The pressure from our fans has been tremenduously uplifting, but we’re also running on fumes here. Don’t worry, we get constant energy refills from across the road; “Hey Tuck, can we have 6 more Red Rocket Wursts with EXTRA mustard??” Many of you have requested to see our new game in live action. We have been hesitant to show you guys, since one thing is to design and implement the actual game, another is to find a way to transfer the live dreaming-feed onto a computer! It’s not everyday you can see another person’s actual dream in a YouTube video. But, in the end we found a way to tap into the ionisation cross-potentials at various key points in the brain, and translated it into moving images! Please excuse the distorted sound quality, our engineers are currently figuring out what is actually being said in the dream, but we assure everyone that no discomfort is felt while playing Tumbleweed! So there you go, our very first OFFICIAL live footage of a person playing Tumbleweed while dreaming!
Oh gosh what a hectic two weeks it has been! Some of us have been working day and night as we have prepared for the contest submission to W/ARE. But HEY WE MADE IT!!! We’re in the TOP TEN!!! Needless to say, we had cake today! Nancy over at “Cakes and Bakes” got a flash order from us, two yummy Black Forest Cakes it is! Our offices have been permanently open 24/7 during the last two weeks, amazing how there’s always someone here! The coffee is flowing, and Tuck has started an hourly delivery service to our offices! We even decorated a room for our faithful janitor to use as a crash-pad; complete with a bed, a bedside table, a reading lamp and an A/C (you need it when you sleep next to a server-hall located in the scorching desert).
In order to celebrate our successful application, we’d like to show you guys our Artbook, the “creative asset” that we used in the contest. It’s a wild mesh of conceptual art-work, early game mechanics ideas, draft logotypes, You name it! We hope you enjoy this little goody of ours, and we’ll see you in the vote for the W/ARE devkit!