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Weekly Update - 7/5/13

Posted by Programmer16, in Weekly Update 14 July 2013 · 649 views

Hi all, another great week here. Mikeyo spent a lot of time on company stuff - planning an upcoming Facebook contest, getting things going for an upcoming Kickstarter and getting some affiliates set up for us.

Mikeyo talks about it in his weekly update video:


For the Facebook contest, we're still wrapping up the guidelines and prizes, but Mike has already laid out some great prizes. Keep an eye our Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/BealsSoftware) in the next week or two for more information.

The Kickstarter is a little ways off, but it is coming. We've talked with a few different artists and have an idea of what we need, I just need to get the prototype for the game finished.

We've joined the affiliates program with Amazon.com, ThinkGeek.com and Stamps.com. You can check those out on our website's shop page: http://www.bealssoftware.com/?module=shop.

Speaking of the website, we just launched a new layout last night. I didn't feel that the old version was laid out very well and it seemed very cramped, so we widened the whole thing as well as using a Twitter list's widget rather than our individual widgets.

I still don't have much for screenshots, but here is the first screenshot of the game:
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It doesn't look like much as it is almost all backend stuff (save/load system, component system, game states, etc.) and UI. There will be more to come soon though.

Thanks and have a great weekend!




It tends to be hard to get a large following when you only have a few pictures. Games with little to no graphics have the hardest time because the vast forum of gamers tend to be visual people. :(

Good luck and hope you are able to generate more images to increase your audience draw.

It tends to be hard to get a large following when you only have a few pictures. Games with little to no graphics have the hardest time because the vast forum of gamers tend to be visual people. sad.png

Good luck and hope you are able to generate more images to increase your audience draw.

Thanksd! Yea, I need to get some more screenshots and such flowing, it keeps people interested and shows progress. We're getting to that point though; the script is almost done (Mike thinks he'll finish it tonight), I just need to catch the prototype up.

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