Gods and Heroes - New Dev Blog

Posted Mon, Feb 27, 2006 by Awenyddion

Deodatus is back at it again. Where has he been all this time? What's going on? Read here to find out.

Regardless of the obvious lack of Captain Crunch around here, I have just finished the last pieces of my project today and sent it off to be integrated into a larger piece of the pie – so to speak. That said, I am happy to tell you that even though I’ve not been able to get you the second part of Stieg’s interview – I swear it is coming, Stieg just has been busy or gone, or I’ve been out – I can tell you that this week we will be re-launching the website with tons of information and we will be announcing our publisher.

Holy Caesar salad, that means things are on track! Speaking of on track, Alpha 2 officially ends next week, so I’ll continue to keep you posted on that. We have made enormous strides in stability, overall graphical sexiness, gameplay, and game mechanics. I think you can all agree that the earlier screenshots you saw pale in comparison to the shots we’ve been posting lately. Not only that, but you’ll be able to see a lot of neat things coming up next week when much more is made public! ;)

WOooOooOOOOoo! Perpetual is quickly becoming my favorite developer. They're got great sense of humor and they're putting out two games that I get googely eyed over.

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