Right now I’m in Melbourne, Australia, working on Necrobarista with the fine folks at Route 59. It’s a delightful game about a ghost cafe in Melbourne, coming to a PC or Nintendo Switch near you later this year. Watch the trailer if you want to be as excited for this game as I am.
Idol Manager will be hitting Kickstarter some time before the end of April. It’s a bit darker than your usual idol fare; Max Rogozin and I did an interview awhile back discussing that. If you want a glimpse of what the game will look like, Max has been regularly tweeting out gifs of the game’s development.
Back in 2015, Winter Wolves hired me to write the script for a prequel to Loren: The Amazon Princess. This year, that game is finally releasing as Tales of Aravorn: Cursed Lands. I love high fantasy but don’t get write in the genre often, so having the chance to work on this game was a real treat. The beta is now available directly through Winter Wolves and feature compete, but be warned that it’s an actual beta with the bugs still being worked out. If you want to wait for the less buggy version 1.0 release, that should be hitting Steam around June of this year.
I don’t really tweet much, but Twitter is still probably the best way to get in contact with me, especially if you’re trying to track me down at an event. If you’re old-fashioned, email works just as fine. Getting unsolicited feedback on my projects (no matter how old) always puts a smile on my face.
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