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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.

So had an awesome dream last night, they had discovered this really ancient three towered building in a jungle somewhere, each of these towers had a giant glass dome on them that channeled the night sky through a set of tunnels onto some specially prepared photosensitive canvas..

The council are cutting all the grass verges around here (live in a fairly green bit of Luton) and it honestly sounds like a swarm of very angry wasps are buzzing about out there :-)

Good morning folks and happy Tuesday :-) Today has a lot of TODOs for me to scribble out, commence the #gamedev! :-)

(and ofc, mega good luck to whatever you are up too today :-))

My hobby - muting PhpMyAdmin tabs :-)

Good morning folks and a happy Tuesday to one and all :-) I'll be dedicated to Project X today - what are you folks up to today? Best of luck with your endeavors! #gamedev

... and what is awesome is discovering a song that will resonate no matter the cultural differences. #MentalHealth is incredibly important, though there is a strange taboo about speaking about it openly (which is getting better) ... (3/4)

... I've recently discovered @Bloodywood2 and going through their older works I discovered this song, which resonated greatly with me and thought I would share it with you folks :-) It's a catchy tune, amazing lyrics and an important message :-) (4/4)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uJoN_I9ebQ

One of the types of music I really love is what would you could call "folk metal "- metal music that embraces a culture's native instruments and musical techniques. It's fascinating to see the combination of something so visceral combined with music that sounds... (1/4)

... a lot "lighter" traditionally. I'm most fascinated by folk metal from cultures I'm not part of - there are so many incredible techniques and instruments I'd struggle to even name, so it's fascinating to listen to these things... (2/4)

The sacred number...

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