A Kickstarter Khristmas Karol

The Kickstarter for Hey, Shu! was dead, to begin with. Though we have decreased the surplus Kickstarter population, Jason and I will continue to work on the game link by link, and yard by yard. We cannot predict when in the future it will be complete but men’s courses will foreshadow certain ends. Was it…
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Hey, Shu! Kickstarter

Dear fellow world observers, You probably assumed that after my last post ended with, “Please support your fellow, soon-to-be starving, sacks of skin and bones artists by pretending that you give a damn!” that it wouldn’t be long before I started asking for money. You are very perceptive! Please check out Jason and my Kickstarter…
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Hey, Shu!

Just in time for All Hallows’ Eve I bring a frightful tale. For the last year I have been on a terrifying, dark and winding path through the field of Independent Game Development. —— “Wooooooooosshh,” the frigid air goes. I have no more money and an unfinished game. —— “Ooooooooooooo,” the spooky relative moans. But…
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I Feel Good About the Skin I’m In

On August 20, Grand Analog’s newest album Modern Thunder was released. As I mentioned I play piano on two of the songs. One is posted below (Trip the Light Fantastic) and the other can now be heard and purchased through the band’s Bandcamp. Have a listen below to Lion Head, written and produced by Warren…
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Sunday, May 19

Just another regular day, and that’s what I love about it. It’s not Thursday, but Sunday will do. Two years ago I expressed my yearning for plain, boring, somewhat amusing, slightly one way and partially another. That I live in a world that’s obsessed with BANG and POW, but that to me ordinary is OK….
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Mr. Torabayashi

Mr. Torabayashi is a forty-something Japanese business man. His business? The kind that a child would never be able to explain to their friends. He keeps up the appearance of being busy all the time — when he eats, he eats the cheapest soba at the closest restaurant, and he never sits down; when he’s…
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Thursday May 19 Update On Monday November 14

My wife had kindly pointed out to me that my piano playing lacked finesse, grace and in fact sounded like I was just mashing the keys. —Like a six-year-old. The emotions were lost, the passion dead. —I mean, it’s amazing that you made it, but it sounds bad. Why didn’t you tell me this before…
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