"Interestingly, Five Nights creator Scott Cawthon is a Christian. The newsletter from HopeAnimation.com shared this:
"Scott Cawthon has taken a break from creating Christian videos and games for a while. He's been developing…"
"(Thanks Ning - I have to join the group to let Sam know I'm probably not attending!)
I'm not planning on going.
In the past, some of the Christians attending would meet out front before the start for a time of prayer.
"Hi Lauren -
How are you progressing on your master's degree?
Many of your suggestions have been discussed at the yearly conference and forums. I think the short answer to "why" is that each team is doing the best they can with…"
I just want to be honest, but the games I’ve seen out there developed by Christians (which I had to search for)… :/ lets face it… they just aren’t good. Is it just me, or are Christian games going about it all wrong? I’d really like to be a part of a group that wants to create an industry standard game (Assassin’s Creed Worthy) that doesn’t “preach” to it’s audience. The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe is one of the most amazing creations with christian themes and symbols. It tells a…See More
Tim, I work with Chris Skaggs at Code-Monkeys/Soma Games in Newberg part time as a project manager, visual designer, interface designer, and process developer with John Bergquist. We have quite a few projects going at the moment, but I'm sworn to secrecy unless Chris let's the cat out of the bag. But there are some cool games and apps coming up, that I can say.
I guess I "friended" you. Nice site, I like all the back-end stuff. I would love to get some of this on the new Heaven site. It's about half done, all flash , but will have multiple languages and html options. My webdev background has been more flash than other stuff.
Anyway, at the show, are developers allowed to have a table or something like that? Even though I won't be able to make it, I would love to set up a table. Not sure who would man it? - if any. I've got some table banners and stuff to set up - nothing big.