Did I ever mention how terrifically and Felix-the-cat-laughing-imbuingly-impressed I was with this crew's first offering, Dr. Langeskov, The Tiger, and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist? No? Well. I should have. It's side-splitting fun-shiny, so I'm smooshingly excited to be working my way through their latest, The Temple of No. Will report back ASAP *beep*.
So I can finally now officially let another embargo-cat-out-of-the-squirming-news-bag: Pluto is part of this fabbo Freeplay Independent Games Festival Showcase! Andy Campbell and I will be presenting exclusive in-game footage at this stellar event. As the official press-blurb says: "Come to PARALLELS 2015 on October 24 at 7.30pm, where Freeplay and ACMI will be presenting the best, weirdest, and most exciting Australian independent games at our Showcase event.
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Mammothly buzzing here off the back of a redonkuously successful Pluto demo test [in anticipation of our impending "I can't even" news]. Also feeling ubergleeful about next week: >#Carnivast is showing at #ELO15, #PRISOM is being showcased at #NotGamesFest, + Chpt 2 of "A [[Non]] Guardian Age" is to be officially released. Go August!
[Image Credits: vrscout.com] "A June 8th tweet during the Apple WWDC 2015 celebrated something rare: a longer than usual line at the ladies room. It was widely reported as a sign that more women might finally be getting involved in technology. This has long been the mantra: not enough women in technical fields, and it seems to be especially true in today's resurgence of Virtual Reality.