This is essentially a test post

This blog is not even up and running yet, but I figured I’d make a post for two reasons.

  1. As a test so as I’m working on the design I can see what it looks like
  2. As a technically real post while I figure out what I want this blog to feel like

I tend to favor things that are extremely informal and transparent. So I’ll just start here and now with a big dose of that informality, maybe just to get it out of my system before I dig into the more technical posts I’ll be making eventually. I want to avoid making this blog dry and boring, I want you to feel like I’m speaking directly to you. Maybe I’ll convince someone else on the team to make an editorial post from time to time as well so you can get to know us all (only four of us right now).

This is ultimately a development progress blog, but a big part of it is a historical record of our efforts and how we learn new things as we go along that path. It’ll be a lot of “inside baseball” so to speak, but I know there is an audience that’s interested in that as I am/way part of it. If we become wildly successful in the future then this blog will serve as a nice record to show how we got there. If we fail miserably, then it’ll still be an interesting (if not morbidly interesting) dive into maybe how things might have been mismanaged or what unaccounted for and insurmountable circumstances we encountered and could ultimately be defeated by.

Later on as things progress, I hope these posts will be more interesting and not as hard to read as I’m sure this has been. I’ll probably try make a post more like that in a few days to get you up to speed with what we’ve been working on the last few months, what we’re trying to accomplish ever week, and what our future goals are. There will also be fun development toys and art and all sorts of things posted here and on my also soon-to-be-portfolio site that will be more interesting to the casual audience that may or may not exist in the future.


tl;dr I like to ramble and I want you, dear reader, to know what we’re about. Video Games.

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