Gotta Roll With the .htaccess Conflicts

There’s good news and bad news.

Bad news is that remember how I said I had backups of the website before it fucked itself and I deleted fucking everything, well I don’t. Thought I did but I dint. Once I realized this, I set to work trying to salvage copies of the narrative, since I think that’s the most valuable thing out of all that old stuff. I was able to dredge up copies of “Jumping Ship” and “Nitriles” off the Wayback Machine, but “Transitional Period” wasn’t wayback enough, I guess.

The good news is that it gives me a chance to rewrite them better. With more characterization and a more detailed plot. Because looking back on those first stories, they are admittedly a little thin on characterization. I also thought of a much tidier and more elegant way to tie the narrative into the demo release that I’d like to do once I’ve got a decent enough demo built for you. I’ve actually been putting this page together since the last… well, it wasn’t a CrimeFest last year ’cause they besmirched the good name too hard to use it anymore apparently but, you know, since October-ish. I don’t wanna give too much away, but I’ve been stockpiling a bunch of little extra-curriculars to make a proper update of it.

As far as the game itself goes, I’ve been working on getting the weapon fire to replicate, the “loud” enemy AI, and putting together a nice demo map for you so you can get a basic estimation of what it’s gonna be like. If you want to see specifically what I have done, what I’m doing, and what I plan to do, I have linked the game’s dev map in the menu.

My goal for releasing this stuff is July, but like I said in the forums, I’m still only one person so know that Valve Time is highly likely to be in effect. I’d rather delay than release something half-assed.

As always, let’s keep our expectations managed.