As you might have noticed, my last post was in November of last year. For the last six months, I’ve been on Mandatory Fun Overtime for the Day Job. The good news (for me) is that they paid me for it.
The bad news, obviously, is that Purple Fuzzy Monster suffered. Badly.
That PFM went dark for six months has led me to re-evaluate my priorities, so there are going to be a few changes around here. PFM will be focusing on products that can be left to sell themselves if I’m unavailable. By that, I mean either PDF/print-on-demand products like Starships, or software built around existing engines and third-party assets. Any other games that tumble out of my brain will be looking for others to publish.
This means, of course, that I’m looking for a partner to finish Aliens Built My Hot Rod.
There will still be occasional workbench articles — they hit that happy spot where I find them fun to produce, and they sell copies of Starships. I have pictures of my last project uploaded onto my computer, so you should see something in the next week or so while life gets back to normal.