I love the development ‘show’ that’s accompanying the GODUS Kickstarter, because it shows the small team caught up in the decision making progress of Peter Molyneux OBE. The most recent diary has an amazing moment: the first time the game is shown running! It should be accompanied by balloons, streamers, Ode to Joy, and a visit from the Queen, but it’s instead turned into a game development jam session. And we all know jam rather can be rather sticky.
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By Craig Pearson on December 6th, 2012.
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- Jorum : “Could be very interesting if they put the work in. The setting has lots of scope - immense vehicle battles in deserts, brutal city fighting, ...” on Phwoarhammer: Warhammer 40K: Armageddon
- mwoody : “I want to understand this game, but nothing I've read or seen differentiates it from Minecraft it any way. ANY game with multiplayer is going ...” on Making It With Science: A TUG Interview
- PoulWrist : “"for the PlayStation Portable and Nintendo DS" - it might as well not exist.” on Phwoarhammer: Warhammer 40K: Armageddon
- PoulWrist : “Why are there wallabys on a scottish island? And is this island normally visited by people, or do the wallabys live in seclusion?” on Phwoarhammer: Warhammer 40K: Armageddon
- Jorum : “Sounds like the 2nd War for Armageddon (would be silly to base game on third) - so no Black Templars” on Phwoarhammer: Warhammer 40K: Armageddon