I’ve started this year off by venturing into video game development, something that was always a huge love of mine but never got to be anything more than a hobby. My first release, The Farm, is a short and simple adventure game built with AGS, and heavily inspired by my interest in film. The beta will be finished by the end of the month and I expect to be able to do a soft release this March for PC and Linux after some rigorous testing from friends and family.
‘Fuck You Im Dead‘ was released just over a year ago and I’ve been spending a lot of time catching up with what I tried to do. The accompanying EP, Songs of Love for Jewish Girls, is finished and will be shipped out in early February, and I have made progress on the ‘Kill Creativity’ art book. I have also been putting the finishing touches on the follow up album, with details on its release to come shortly. Everyone who was a part of the IndieGogo campaign will receive a complimentary copy of the upcoming album. My sincerest apologies for the delay, I definitely bit off more than I could chew at the time.
This year is already looking to be the busiest year of my life to date and I am feeling great about all the things I get to fling into that void we all love so much over the next twelve months. I’ll be making an effort to use this blog, as a personal exercise, to document my work so if you’re into that kind of thing, this is the place.
It may seem as if that opening quote is misplaced in a post that talks so much about plans and the future but the truth is that I have finally accepted that I have no control over what happens to me, my work, or the people that I care about. Time passes and all I can do is let it pass. Whether I am a witness to it or not, it moves forward and takes nothing with it.