PotBS: Visit to Flying Labs

GCC’s Grumpy Old Gamer visits the offices of Flying Lab Software GameClubCentral.com has posted an interesting article today. It's the first of two that chronicle Grumpy Old Gamer's visit to Flying Labs. GCC’s Grumpy Old Gamer recently visited the offices of Flying Lab Software for an onsite interview centering upon their upcoming release – Pirates Of The Burning Sea. This is the first of two articles from that visit, this once focusing upon the company itself… Russell Williams – Flying Lab Executive Producer“Our biggest asset is our ambition, almost to a fault...” Russell Williams – Flying Lab Executive Producer In order to save myself the long drive to get from the peninsula I live on to Downtown Seattle where Flying Lab Software makes its home, I decided to take the 25 minute ferry across the Puget Sound (inland salt water). As typical to make me go from happy to Grumpy, I dropped from the clear skies on the hill down to the fog covered Ferry Terminal to encounter the behind schedule ferry. Grrr, is this the indication of my day? As you will see, absolutely not! Get clicking to read more. Is Pirates of the Burning Sea what you are waiting for? Let us know all about it in the Ten Ton Hammer Forums.

GCC’s Grumpy Old Gamer visits the offices of Flying Lab Software

GameClubCentral.com has posted an interesting article today. It's the first of two that chronicle Grumpy Old Gamer's visit to Flying Labs.

GCC’s Grumpy Old Gamer recently visited the offices of Flying Lab Software for an onsite interview centering upon their upcoming release – Pirates Of The Burning Sea. This is the first of two articles from that visit, this once focusing upon the company itself…

Russell Williams – Flying Lab Executive Producer“Our biggest asset is our ambition, almost to a fault...” Russell Williams – Flying Lab Executive Producer

In order to save myself the long drive to get from the peninsula I live on to Downtown Seattle where Flying Lab Software makes its home, I decided to take the 25 minute ferry across the Puget Sound (inland salt water). As typical to make me go from happy to Grumpy, I dropped from the clear skies on the hill down to the fog covered Ferry Terminal to encounter the behind schedule ferry. Grrr, is this the indication of my day?
As you will see, absolutely not!

Get clicking to read more. Is Pirates of the Burning Sea what you are waiting for? Let us know all about it in the Ten Ton Hammer Forums.

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