For the first time in years, I can actually say that I'm proud to be an American... The people of this country have proven that (except for a few vocal assholes) we are not all racist, ignorant, fear-mongering, ultra-christian fascists. I'm sitting here listening to Nina Simone's "Strange Fruit" and "Mississippi Goddamn", hoping that we may have finally closed a dark chapter in our history. But that's a subject for a different blog...
Despite all evidence to the contrary, Mojiferous Industries is still busily churning out worthless goods for all to enjoy! I'm hard(ly) at work on the Republic of Thoronia game for the iPhone, and also making steady progress on another as of yet unnamed steampunk western game. I've been sidetracked as of late with work, so I haven't been able to shat out anything super fast, but rest assured that more Mojiferous hoohah will be hitting the shelves ASAP.
And what have I been doing? I certainly haven't released any new works of inane crap recently...
The last few weeks I have been working with King Thor on the Republic of Thoronia game, and undertaking that hopefully will be ready sometime in late july/early august... and that's all I've got to say about it right now... no screen shots, no special "inside the game"... nothing. Maybe as june wears on we'll have some kind of sneak peak.
The Swedish Macworld just ran a top 10 about... something. And... Wrote a short article in Swedish about desktop cigarette (You too can be mystified right here.) I am honored, proud, and way out of my league- Romance languages? No problem. German? I can get by. Russian, Hebrew, Arabic, Japanese, Hungarian, Navajo, Chinese, Vietnamese, or Nahautl? I can find someone to translate. But Swedish? I'm stumped and so is my faithful friend babelfish.
Okay... so this is old news by now, but I forgot to "blog" about it... To update my "web 2.0" presence and keep everyone informed about the latest happenings within my life.
But no, really- I forgot all about mentioning the article (which you can read HERE) in the Mojiferblog...
Anyway, the article is really good, I talk about lobsters and urinals and bears on tricycles. And then I drop my pants!
Well... I've said it before, but this time I really mean it- All I have to add to Atomic Combat is help implementation (which should be a load of fun) and it's done. Really done this time. The program has changed a lot over the last year, no longer is there any kind of annoying grey-area diplomacy, no more convoluted research, no more waiting for wars to begin... All in all, I think the program is much healthier, easier to use, and a lot less confusing.
I revamped the website yet again... This time using TiddlyWiki- which is entirely too nifty- it took some kludging to get everything to fit into place, but now she's up (and mostly) running. I still need to add some pictures, a little more content, and fix a few minor problems, but overall I'm happy with it. I would recommend TiddlyWiki to anyone and everyone- site construction is easy, it can save it's own RSS, only consists of a single page, and isn't quite as worrisome as a PHP-based site...
I know I'm a little late, seeing as how it's already the 19th of January, but I've been lazy... So here it is: The 2007 Mojiferous Recap!