Sunday, March 31, 2013

Don't Miss Our Big Announcement

     If you are hitting up this site to hear about our big announcement, you'll want to check it out at our new site after the countdown runs out:

     Again, we are going to be moving forward with our blog on that site, so please follow us there. It has been a little slow for new content this last month, but starting in April and the months to follow it's going to be huge.

     If you've ever been interested in how they make video games, you won't want to miss it! Click on over there now, hit the RSS feed on the right hand side of the blog and get active in participating with us as we makes games that you (or your kids) will want to play.

Thursday, March 7, 2013

We're moving!

     Hey everyone! Just wanted to give a shout out and let you know we are moving our blog to our web site. Reposition your browsers to and stay in touch with us. It will allow you to get all the up to date information about our projects. It also has an RSS feed, and posts can be shared on your Facebook or Twitter accounts.

     We really want to get the word out, we don't want anyone that is wanting to read our posts to think we abandoned anyone. So please, please tell your friends and redirect your blog additions that way. Why are we moving? For ease and convenience, we want to keep everything up to date and keyed into our changes and announcements and feel that this will allow us to best take pulse of both line of traffic.
     Meg has been asked to move over too, so don't worry. You're not going to be stuck with just me gabbing on about our projects. :)
     Oh, I wanted to mention that our big announcement on April 1st will be posted on so, please, if for no other reason than to find out what hair-brained thought I've come up with, check us out and add that site to your favorites bar.

     Thanks again for all the time and support that you've put toward our blog and our stories, we hope that you will continue with us and find it easier and more informative being directly on our web site. We hope to hear from you on that site and as always: Live Life, Play Games.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Meg's back.

Long long time, no see!  I am sorry that I have fallen off of the planet.  I planned to post last week and my children and I ended up getting the chance to go out of town on the fly and visit my husband for the week.  "Was it awesome?" you ask.  Yes!  And freezing cold, don't forget super freezing cold.  But we were together on Valentine's day and that is what matters!  In fact, we took the kids with us to dinner that night.  More because we didn't have any other choice-- cheap motels don't offer child care services.  But I really liked it and I think I will do something special with all of us for Valentine's each year.

My son had his first driving video game experience this weekend.  A friend of ours just opened a gaming center and we went to check it out and while there he offered 30 mins of free gaming.  Picked out Carbon and got started.  The Little Man started to point out the cars and liked to press the accelerator and reverse button at the same time.  He tired of it quickly, but what can you expect, he is just 2 and I think he would tire of brownies quickly.  But it was still fun.  I wonder if he's going to enjoy games when he's older..
I'm excited about the new game, Connected, that Rob announced this morning.  I'm kind of a fan of puzzles!  Not only are they fun, they tend to make me think I'm smart and I feel accomplished knowing that I did something to boost my brain power!  (Pinkie and The Brain theme song just started playing...Pinkie, are you thinking what I'm thinking?  I fink so Bwain.)  Also, I feel that I can easily justify a puzzle game to other mommies. 

Connected is going to be built for Windows, as Rob said, and I am curious what other platforms you use to play games.  Your phone?  Tablet?  Consoles?  Which ones do you use most?  And do you like puzzles like I do?