Cheezburger Cat and the New Game.

Our cat is on the front page of I Can Has Cheezburger. This is a moment to remember…

(The caption isn’t mine, but I uploaded the photo a few days ago.)

In celebration of this momentous occasion, the cat has decided to hide under the bed.

Also, we will be making a new game this weekend – a point & click first-person adventure set in the Lands of Dream, called The Book of Living Magic. We’re entering a phase of utter hyperproductivity, spurred on by our lack of money and my increasing desire to have more output per time unit.

The Book of Living Magic this weekend. Then Follow Only Beauty (formerly Between), which is making good progress. Alphaland is waiting for a sponsor. (Are you a sponsor? Please sponsor it!) A small Nexus City prequel a bit further in the future. And a bunch more games on the way. I alternate between being terrified and excited.

Your support will be valued and necessary. The new few weeks will either allow me to become a full-time developer and artist or break my back and make me disappear from the internet.

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  1. Our support is a given.

  2. Here’s to hoping that you don’t disappear, mate. Cheers!

  3. BiggerJ

     /  March 12, 2011

    Oh dear, is Alphaland having trouble getting sponsored? Could this be the end of Jonas Kyratzes?

  4. I don’t think it’s having problems.
    Sponsorship always takes time, I believe.

    Jonas, I don’t care too much about your back, but please don’t disappear.
    Your works bring some happiness to my days.

  5. Oh dear, is Alphaland having trouble getting sponsored? Could this be the end of Jonas Kyratzes?

    That sounds a bit like the end of Jonas Kyratzes is something you’d look forward to. Believe me, if I go down, it won’t be very impressive. No fireworks or explosions, not even verbal ones. Just a little poof and this website will be gone.

  6. The only proper “going out with a bang” story I have ever heard of is the end of that scifi MMORPG, Tabula Rasa.

  7. BiggerJ

     /  March 13, 2011

    I didn’t mean it that way. I meant it in more of an old-time announcer kind of way, as in, “Tune in next week!”

  8. Oh, good. I thought that might have been the case, but sometimes tone doesn’t come across as clearly as it ought to on the internet.