It's been a full on couple of months, which saw the release of our little experimental game A Date in the Park. I'm really happy with the feedback on this one, it was a side project for me whilst I was programming our big game, and I am relatively happy with how it turned out. As always, glaring design issues become apparent after release... :D I've been loving reading peoples theories of what happens at the end and how it all fits together! I like games which can leave you wondering... :D Incidentally, there is something of an undercurrent to the story, and things don't unfold all that randomly if you can crack it! If you have any theories do let me know! The game has been favourably covered on Rock Paper Shotgun, Creepy Gaming, JayisGames and Adventure Gamers, amongst others :D It also got a small article in a respected French gaming magazine, Canard PC, which is very exciting! We've had over 2000 downloads already, thanks to everyone who has played it. Hoping to release it on Desura very soon too.
We are busy at work on our big project, The Legend of Hand, and things are in full swing! (as much as they can be when we all have full time jobs and busy lives... oh to do this full time!!!) I'm doing the programming on this game, with fellow Cloak and Dagger member John 'Barracuda' Inch doing all the art and story. We are now working on the second island of the game, which we hope to complete by February - all going to plan we will release late in 2015. This is going to be our first commercial release, with a Steam Greenlight campaign and everything on the horizon, so hopefully it will be a noticeable step up from our previous games :D
Speaking of The Legend of Hand, we showed it recently at AdventureX at London, and were very happy with the feedback. It was great to meet some genre legends at the convention, and there was lots of great games on display. A big thanks to Screen 7 for organising such a brilliant event.
Thanks for reading! Keep tuned to @shaunaitcheson on Twitter for more updates as things move along. Also keep an eye out for John's new blog that will appear at some point on this website, intriguingly entitled 'Barracuda's Corner'... it's guaranteed to be rather left field.