15/05/2020 Looking into the book "Outside the Spheres" and it's origins 🐙 12/05/2020 New Sigil Initiative site launched! 🐙 08/05/2020 Looking into the business side of things 🐙 04/05/2020 New t-shirt design - I supported Fringe Planet... 🐙 01/05/2020 Let's get green fingered and take a look at the various plants in the game 🐙 Looking for more news? Click here!
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.
Old books smell nicer, but just by a little bit - vote now and let the world know you are proud book sniffer :-) https://twitter.com/BeeBug_Nic/status/1263081553011277824
Awesome news - but I'll say it again, if you need to install a rootkit to play a game, the game isn't probably worth it. #gamedev
Super handy and professional advice that applies to everyone: when sending an important email, make sure you spell your own name correctly BEFORE hitting send
-- signed Beebug Noc
Hey folks, just a heads up, if you arrange a meeting with someone and your going to be late - that is completely fine, things happen. But please if you are going to be late let the other folks know - it's just respectful :-) #gamedev
Ah, the joys of cat ownership :-)
... that his wife burried a different body in his grave). His ghost is said to haunt the gatehouse of the castle and can be seen often walking about just after sunrise. Additionally tales that he hid loot from battle in the grounds encouraged many folks to visit with metal ...
... detectors. Though I don't think anything has been found. It's a beautiful ruin to visit, but be aware that you'll hear a lot of gunshots (nothing spooky there, it's from the airport scaring away birds). Wenlock has left his mark on Luton...
... his name is used as a house name in one of the local schools, and you can see him in this beautiful stained glass window in St Mary's in Luton. Additionally there is a Wenlock Street in the town, named after him. #FolkloreThursday
... in the UK. Wenlock was a fairly interesting figure, having fought on both sides during the War of The Roses - earning him a reputation for being a fence sitter. Rumours of him faking his death (records show he may have died during a bodged manuevor during a battle and ...
Good morning folks - happy Thursday to one and all :-) Today I've got a meeting and a bunch of emails that need sending out. And a healthy does of #gamedev as well :-) What are you up to?
(p.s. no cats appeared to stare at my house last night, which was kinda re-assuring)