A post on the Gamerstorm website that's not about a new Keno the Cat comic page!? That's unheard of!
My original plan for my new Keno the Cat project is to do a mini comic series before I start development on the game itself, sure, this might've been a stupid idea, as the comic were only a side project to help "Hype" up the game and wasn't necessary, but I thought since it was a mini series, it would do me a couple of months at the very most.
However, as we've discovered, it's taken me far longer than that, almost a year! So I've decided to just start develop on the game, and do the comics after, because the game itself is more important, right?
I won't be leaving Gamerstorm deserted to collect dust, no, if you've been reading my Retro Blog (and if you've never heard of it; Here's a link.) you would know that every Sunday, I write a feature that's about my retro gaming activity that week.
Well, I'm thinking of doing something similar here but on a different week, probably a Monday, as I'm off then, that will be about my games development activity, not sure what to call it, but that's not important, at least with this, I can make sure to progress in some form or another in development so I can have something to write about.
I will be releasing one more comic page before this plan goes into action, and that comic is nearly done, and should be uploaded sometime this week, the rest of the comic will be finished after the game itself, to make up for thus, I will be doing a 3rd issue when the game is finished, which will be the beginning of the game's first scene.
Hopefully by doing this, I will be able to finish this game by the end of this year. (Touchwood.)