Proof of Concept

well.  we should have a proof of concept/early alpha thing of our new game for you guys to play with next week.  heh.  i guess we’re taking the google approach of throwin’ stuff against the wall to see what sticks.

anyway, i think it’s totally rad and kicks all kinds of ass.  i think you guys will too.

so, what kind of game is it?  well — it’s sort of like if you mashed up dark throne and digg all in one site.  weird, eh?

i promise it’s not as hard to explain how to play as our last game.

as i was saying, i will probably let the cat out of the bag late next week.  i want some internal guys to do a bit more bug findin’ first.

talk to you soon.


p.s. blows.  if anyone knows of a good way to transfer all of my posts and comments over to blogger, by all means, please let me know.  i’m so tired of the shitty reliability of

4 comments so far

  1. mikediamond on


    When you get tired of Blogger’s functional limitations, you’ll come running back to WP. You probably post more than I, but the WP *software* doesn’t blow, whereas Blogger’s does (IMO, of course). You can always download the WP software and host your own blog, assuming you can afford a hosting provider. (Can’t you? You do get paid for this don’t you? DON’T YOU?) πŸ˜‰

  2. m3mnoch on

    nah. the wp software is righteous. it’s their goddamn network that i hate. it’s that infuriates me.

    and, i’m not really sure about what you consider “functional limitations” but not being able to post or losing entire posts because the stupid javascript “add link” box keeps going out to lunch — well. those are limitations in my book. i could give a shit about foaf support. i just wanna post and link and add images with ease and not lose half the packets making the trip.

    oh, and how many times do i have to click the “say it” button before it actually posts my comment?

    as to the hosting provider thing, nah. i’ve already got more hosting accounts than i care to keep track of. (that’s what happens when you own ~20 domains.) i just want something that i can post with reliably and drop out of anytime i want. heh. basically all of the features and none of the responsibility.

    ha! do i get paid to blog? hell no. who on earth would pay me for my crunchy opinions. well. i suppose i have had offers, but not nearly enough to feed my family, that’s for sure.


  3. Duncan Gough on

    Now this is excellent news! If this is “social resource gamplay” meets passive gaming then 2007 is getting off to a cracking start. Can’t wait to find out more πŸ™‚

  4. m3mnoch on

    heh. oh, i guarantee you’re going to like this one, duncan.


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