Archive | January, 2009

Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble!

Congratulations to Mousechief! Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble! has been nominated by the Writer’s Guild of America as a 2009 Video Game Writing Award Nominee!

That is out of this world fantastic!

The marketing blurb:

Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble! – Fib, flirt and taunt in the game where good girls get better by being bad! You start by gathering a gang of girls to investigate suspicious accidents that have been happening at your high school, but little did you know that you were on your way to discovering your town’s destructive secret! Confront oppressive adults and malicious peers with naughty little games, where each victory gives you more talent to face tougher foes! Well-behaved women seldom make history, so what are you waiting for?

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New Project: Iron Roads

 

The holidays have kept me so busy I haven’t talked any about my new project. Another Ludum Dare 48 Hour game development contest occurred the weekend of December 5th. It was my fourth time to play and the 13th contest to date. This time the theme was “Roads.” Roads turned out to be a very difficult theme. I brainstormed all night Friday before bed (the contests started at 11 pm my time) and then again in the morning for a total of two to three hours. I couldn’t come up with anything I liked and also seemed simple enough to finish in the 48 hour time limit. So I went with the idea I liked the most, a Railroad Tycoon type business simulator. I confidently and correctly judge I would not finish it in time, but I’ve got a wonderful start on a game I’m really excited about. I call it Iron Roads. You can read the few and short posts I made during the contest on the Ludum Dare website: MrPhil’s Iron Roads.