I hadn't even noticed that you were in London, HeyPenguin! That's cool - we should definitely talk!bugala wrote:Geers also lives in London so if you live there too (not sure from your message where you referred to Hillsong London) then you can go and meet him physically, and if you need help in kicking his lazy butt to work after project have started and he starts stalling, I can contribute by ordering plane ticket to come and kick it with you.
Exactly my point! *kick*andygeers wrote: I've not been remotely busy doing anything else in all this time!
It's nice to meet you, it sounds like our visions have a lot in common! Eventually working in a studio with that kind of environment has been a dream of mine for a long time!HeyPenguin wrote:I've been praying for new doors to open and I'm hoping to find like-minded people who are keen to in some way or another to honour the Lord in developing quality games. I have a dream of working in a studio that is also a place of worship - creating everything from educational games to edgy and raw experiences like the Bible is.
I was just about to point you to this guy, but it looks like he beat me to it. Seriously though, give his design a read, pretty compelling stuff, and as far as I can tell at the moment, he's probably the closest to your/our vision you're going to find.TheLittleSettler wrote:I'm working on a game, Resolute Child. I don't know if its the sort of game your thinking of, but perhaps I can pick your brain about a few things?
Also, I'm prepared to throw in with someone else if I'm sold on their idea. As I see things its better to form a small strong team than work apart.
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