This week Ollie and John Parsons have created a Wall of Justice (justifying their work, see above); they have also started working on 3 awesome new games for Focus Pocus - Goblin Bashing, Broomstick Racing and Hex Practice. All three are looking great, but the men themselves look like pallid and wan Gollum-like creatures, their lamp-like eyes staring at the screen, and their grasping hands clutching forlornly at the mouse.
Danny has been fleshing out the rather spiffing world of Victorian Explorator and adventurist, Bertram Fiddle, and has so far created the scenery and movement, a puzzle and a shooting game which pits Bertram's faithful man-servant Cyclops against swarms of bats (blasting them in true Victorian style).
John Ribbins has been working on a pitch (there is a clue about what it's for within the sentence). John also has a new favourite flash game. Fishing has always been thought of as peaceful and meditative; a gentlemen’s sport affording plenty of time for quiet reflection...Times have changed. With the addition of chainsaws, rocket launchers and a variety of guns, fishing just got radical. Play it here: http://bit.ly/gDNEpB
I have finished another pitch and am connecting our social media (join us above), all the while hoping for more snow, in order to take my board to Greenwich Park and get, erm...'radical' *tongue firmly lodged in cheek*.