It's been a while since my last entry. Working on this and that, dealing with this and that, looking for this and that. You know, busy busy.
But what's everyone's opinion on kickstarter? I've heard some people love it, some people hate it, but I've never really payed attention to either argument before.
The reason I'm asking is because I'm penning a tabletop RPG and I'm wondering if I should go pro with it, kickstart some cash, and hire an artist for the rule book.
The RPG is a simplified DnD based project, using a d10 (10 sided dice) as the main dice for skill/ability rolls. It's set in an alternate 1950, where in 30 years ago a cult of m
Almost 8 months, no update or signs of life! Don't worry, I'm still alive and kicking. :3
My work as a dev still goes on over at Somnova Studios, although our site has changed. I'm slotted in as editor after I stepped down as the path writer for the character Jeanne (who I did design). As an editor I mostly sit around and provide moral support, as the rest of the team is more than efficient enough with grammar and spelling in the first place, which actually makes me feel a bit like a third wheel, actually.
Edit: Forgot the link to the new site.
Yes, I'm still alive!
I've been writing for an indie game that's been trotting along for the last month now, and we've gone full public with this: http://somnova.blogspot.com.au/ - silhouetted Chibi versions of the main girls in the story.
It's a Visual Novel game, which for those who don't know, is essentially a choose-your-own-adventure romance book: the videogame. The short of it is that we where all inspired by the game Katawa Shoujo (KS). Said inspiration has lead us to make our own Visual Novel, but set with Mental Disorders and such (note that we're taking lengths to avoid anything exploitable).
You can check out the forums here: ht