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Sunday, June 18, 2006
BusterBuster's latest post, as translated by Shih Tzu (thanks!):

"I think I'm actually starting to feel like working on a 3D game. But production of the X-Files cartoon has me frustrated... [Don't ask me what that's about.] I wonder if I could make a simple shooter. I think I'll start on that once BUSTER's done."

Screenshots from The Hatmaker's Tale posted. Still a lot of development to be done but the pictures look sweet. Another adventure game from a girl, followed closely by Spooks and Kaptain Brawe.

King's Quest III remake released.

Dave Gilbert will release a new game entitled The Shivah next week.

Paul Johnson's art for FTG can be found here.

Plenty of work in progress over at the YakYak forums.

Another indie developer closes shop. This time it's VSBgames, developer of Paradoxion.

What is the owner of Home of the Underdogs currently listening to? Find out by clicking here.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/14/2006 03:49:00 PM:  
This for the article on the game. I have written some follow up on the implications of promotional games at:

Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/14/2006 08:37:00 PM:  
This is David from Alawar. Thanks for your comments on your website.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/14/2006 08:38:00 PM:  
I meant to add that you make good points... :)
Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/17/2006 10:19:00 AM:  
You rock Tim :)