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Nic's development tweets

I tweet a lot about the development of Fringe Planet - as well as talking about game development in general. Twitter is fantastic for getting the message out, but tweets always slowly fade out of view as time goes past. So I've decided to add this section to the website, which contains everything I've tweeted. You'll find a lot of information about both me personally as well as the game.

Happy #GoodFriday folks :-) I'll be taking a break from social media for the next four days, to enjoy the sunshine from my back garden. But today's blog post has already been written and I'll post it in a while. Stay safe and stay home folks! Have an amazing Easter :-)

So much clapping - lovely moment :-) Also the number of Dads saying "same time, next week" induced a neighbourhood wide groan #ClapForOurCarers

So super excited for #RedDwarfThePromisedLand but as someone who doesn't have a tv license, can a streaming service pick up pretty dang quickly?

Put this graphic together for the blog post tomorrow - quite happy how it turned out :-) #gamedev

Homemade cookie dough ready to sit in the fridge for a few hours - quite happy with how this has turned out :-) (excuse the mess on the surface - I'm an incredibly messy cook)

Just turned my fan on the for the first time this year. It's a wee bit warm here. Enough that I have dispensed with the formal #gamedev dressing gown.

Getting better at this shorter #gamedev dev blog thing :-) (trying to keep them around 500 words) rather than my normal textual diarrhea :-)

Don't forget @FringePlanet has an exceedingly friendly #discord - feel free to join us :-) (and no mention spam at all, yay!) #gamedev https://discord.gg/PCvGXJM

There are other origin stories for it - some saying it haunts the A10 after it's owner drowned in the River Great Ouse in the 1800s. Others say it is the ghost of a giant dog that rescued a girl from a lustful (eeew) friar. #FolkloreThursday

The Black Shuck of East Anglia - A terrifying black dog with glowing red eyes that has been reported since the 1500s - where it attacked and killed two people in a church (as well as making the steeple collapse) it's scorched claw marks can still be seen today #FolkloreThursday

Some say it is an omen of death, others say the devil. Reports of black dog with fiery eyes (ranging hugely in size) have happened for years. William Rye describes it as "most curious of our local apparitions, as they are no doubt varieties of the same animal" #FolkloreThursday

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