I've been working on developing video games for a few years now. I put up a blog on here to share what I hope will be sensible and interesting articles about game design. The "Fame Design" name came to me when I thought, "I want to be famous for only one thing: video games".
At the moment I'm developing new games in Flash. So I expect to share experiences in being an indie game developer. I often find myself wondering if I should be working in Flash, HTML5, XNA, or the iPhone/iPad SDK. Time will tell.
PAX is coming up. I'm going to be there and I hope to see all of you. My girlfriend is a member of the PMS clan (Pandora's Mighty Soldiers), and she is hoping to meet her fellow clan members there too at something called Halo Fest. It's only two weeks away. Very exciting. Will there be Destructoid/PMS clan hook-ups? Will it be more likely that PMS clan members will stomp on us and kick our asses at Halo? Only time will tell.
When I dedicate myself to something, I get it done. I often lie about this dedication on certain projects, and that is because sometimes I am not really dedicating myself. For those projects, the finished product is left to the wind. It may fail. It may succeed. Heck, it'll probably get done - but nothing is guaranteed.
But all the same: I want to guarantee something to any fans of my fan fiction writing. I will get the story done by the end of the first day of PAX. I have been planning the last chapters of the series of blog posts for the past week in great detail, and have been going off of the very same notes and ideas that I have known about since the very beginning. Where LOST has never really proven that they have known the whole story from the beginning - I 'can' prove it! I have known about how it is all going to go down (save for some extra cameos from new D-toid friends) and I have dedicated myself to releasing six more episodes before PAX.
What this means is I am already terribly late! I have to make up for some lost time here and release an episode once every two days. I'm going to try and go for Monday/Wednesday/Friday. There are some of you that were more comfortable when reading week to week. But it's time for me to put up or shut up. It's PAX time baby. I will tell you right now: I already have two of the six chapters written - and I expect to take tomorrow and finish the last four. Yes, the LAST four. The story will be finished on day one of PAX. That is the plan anyhow.
I realize there are some of you who don't know me or don't know what I'm blabbering about. That's okay! I'm most definitely not adding any more people to the story, but most of the people in this story are still people on here that you know and love. Occams, SteezyXL, Mr. Andy Dixon, Elsa, Jim Sterling, Anthony Burch, Ashly Burch, Ashley Burch-Davis, and many more! I would have loved to add some of the new people I've seen on here doing awesome blogs, but at this point everything is locked in.
I'd love it if some of you that haven't heard of any of this to read through my previous chapters. I will update them coming up to PAX. Hopefully I will be able to add some more art to the posts that have none. But, most of the focus will be on writing the damn story to completion.
If you were wondering which professional paint program I was using for my pictures. It is called MS Paint for use with the Windows operating system.
I love you guys and I hope you all enjoy the rest of the story. I will post the nineteenth chapter Monday morning. Here is a list of the current chapters for your convenience.