Last week we traveled to San Francisco for GDC 2012. It was an incredible experience. Chillingo hosted a press event where I got to demo Air Mail for a bunch of video game journalist. I had a great time and everyone loved the game!
UPDATE: The link at the end of the video is wrong, for the game site, go here: www.airmailgame.com
After all the hard work and long hours we put into development it's really a treat to take our games on the road, show them off and celebrate. It's especially enjoyable when you're really proud of what your team has accomplished and you know your game is high quality and original. Here's some of the press we're getting so far:
"Air Mail, from N-Fusion and Chillingo, is an adorable Pilotwings-style flying game with an epic fantasy story to match its stunning visuals."
- slide to Play
"What popped out most about Air Mail is the huge vibrant outdoor levels; they’re simply gorgeous."
"Air Mail is one of those games that's a joy just to simply play, and I found myself just getting lost in flying around and exploring the various worlds in the game."
- Touch Arcade
The week was so busy I could barely catch my breath. At the end of it I was completely exhausted. But part of me didn't ever want to leave. Goodbye San Francisco!
8 / 25 [17:17] - 2010
time to PANIC!
I'm proud to announce that
Martian Panic is finally being released!
This has been a long time coming. Martian
Panic is an original concept developed by N-Fusion
Interactive, and it is now being released for the Wii. There
are two versions of the game, the standalone, and the big box that
comes bundled with a plastic gun, which
holds your Wii Remote and Nunchuk, rifle-style.
The game is a cartoony, arcade-shooter
romp through a 1950's sci-fi inspired
world (a genre near and dear to my heart). Martians are invading,
cows are being abducted and it's up to you (or
1-4 players in co-op mode) to save the day.
I could go on and on about the
game because I'm really happy with it, but I'll save my breath and
just say: go buy the game, you'll enjoy it!
1 / 28 [19:03] - 2010
I've gotten back
into Warhammer 40k. Here is my Imperial
Guard army in progress. If you're interested, you should check
This is the first
public release, v.23. Please send me feedback: email@example.com
12 / 17 [19:12] - 2009
Amazing that this
is only my second post of the year. Well,
there was a reason for it.
have been very busy:
I was fortunate enough
to work on two Wii games from concept to completion.
It was a long and challenging journey, but from my experience, it
Pick up Medieval
Games if you want to play a four person
party game with a gameboard. I suggest you play with all human
players if possible!
Pick up Circus
Star if you have a Wii Balance Board
and you're looking for something a little more colorful than Wii Fit.
And I'm still busy
right now, just taking a moment to finally update the site. I'm planning
on taking some time off for Christmas
to visit my family. I can only hope that next year I continue to have
the opportunity to keep making games, every day.