Yeah!!!! It’s kind of hilarious how I haven’t talked about this yet. But, I mean there are like 100000000infinite hp loop things to talk about. But yes, let’s talk about Ghost in a Bottle Games! Which consists of myself, and my equally ~aged by a thousand years~ friend RPG. We’re both working on separate titles, but we help each other make progress on our respective games and would eventually like to release our games under one studio.
I really love this method for several reasons. We can build our own games but at the same time bounce ideas when the time arises which is often. I like to have my creative space but having an open source of ideas is crucial. It’s a very cool method to do things, but I obviously believe in his work and his game. And we share the same ideology that creating a game worth making to give players an experience is more important than going and making a Facebook app in a week where you click on Dorito’s and call it a day.
I do everything myself, but I had got a composer to do the music which I am simply not capable and he did an amazing job. (totally forgot where I was going w/this) With my ol friend, RPG it’s really important that if you’re going to group with someone, they need to share your general mindset when it comes to game design. The fact of the matter is, you can’t pick someone off the street and say “hey bro let’s crat gam” because a lot of stuff clashes, visuals, ideals, concepts. Creative synergy is key, and I do not think many people can say they have a brobot that can do that. So in a way this post is about the creator of Octopus City Blues. Check it out, subscribe, tell your friends. I assure you it will be a “Kaftastic” experience.
“It’s a game about everything and nothing” ~Society