Yearly Archives: 2011

Something

What’s spookier than a horde of spambots taking over the forums we created and then forgot about for 18 months? Real life ghost footage!  OoooooOOOoooo! Share on Facebook

Posted in Friday cinema

Beware the Ides of August!

I don’t know what it is about August 2011, but it’s been a bummer at UGS HQ.  In the interest of personal privacy, I won’t go into any great detail, but it seems like every single team member has suffered

Posted in News

Yay for Animethon Promoting!

Those of you in the fine city of Edmonton may have been aware of a certain convention this weekend known as Animethon.  Some of you may have even attended!  But the real question is whether or not you were one

Posted in News, Tainted Sword

How to be a part of an indie game project

One of the advantages of being busy to the point of dropping off the radar for the last few months is that we haven’t had to worry about people pestering us about joining our project.  Don’t get me wrong, we

Posted in Rants

Updates In Short Form

We’re not dead.  Yay! We’re both working full-time at other jobs.  Meh, they’re pretty cool. We’ve received some assets!  More yay! While we’re waiting on assets, we’re working on the toolkit. We’ve assigned story point value to blog posts, so

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The Über Bus

Following another invigorating sprint review and sprint planning session, I was trolling our webpage (yeah, I know, trolling your own website is classy) and I realized that you guys have no idea what’s been going on for the last several

Posted in News, Tainted Sword

Friday *sigh* Epicness

We wanted to quench your thirst for epic games using this epic video. But embedding was disabled on youtube 🙁 Extra Credits is still pretty epic, though. Share on Facebook

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Friday Cinema

We flame trolls beacuase we love them. Share on Facebook

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Ohhh…. Daniel Floyd!

In a previous GDC article, we thought that we were being randomly accused of being one Darryl Floyd.  It turns out we were mistaken – our misguided petitioner thought that one of us was Daniel Floyd, the narrator for Extra

Posted in GDC