October 02, 2012
Helping a fellow Indie Game Maker
Not too long ago, a professor from the University of South Florida named Henrick Jeanty visited the lab. He showed us the prototype for a really interesting word game called Letter Chess. Having been working on the algorithms that run this for many years, it has become his passion and dream to develop and publish the game. Of course, at this stage, the game is compeltely without art, animation, and all of the code needs to be ported for different computers and mobile devices.
As an indy game studio, we certainly know how hard it is to take an idea and actually make it happen. That is why we would like to help Professor Jeanty by telling you about his game, Letter Chess, and encouraging you to support his "Letter Chess" kickstarter campaign. To learn more about the game, check out the video on the kickstarter page.