Hello, as you may have deduced from the title, this is a dev blog for me, Nick Cluff. I must confess I've never had to do one of these before so I'm a little unsure as to what you may be expecting from it but I'll try my best to sate your newly found interest in me.
My job here at Forsaken Studios is that of the fabled Environment Artist. It's a hard, lonely way of life, spent feverishly digging holes and planting trees, grasses and a vast variety of shrubberies for the masses to blindly
The last six months since our Kickstarter campaign have been nothing short of a rollercoaster ride. From the highs of testing out exciting new middleware options and seeing our world starting to take shape, to the lows of health and personal issues, and challenges relating to middleware integration, it has been a crazy ride. It would be a lie to say we have made as much progress as we would have liked in the last six months, but while it has truly been a trial by fire, we are still as committed
By Dan Kobylarz
My name is Daniel Kobylarz and I'm a composer for Embers of Caerus. I'm writing a blog for your eyes and ears to get some insight into how I work and make music for you to hear in the game.
First, a little about myself. Like most people in this business, I’ve always loved video-games, and I've grown up with them. Definitely cheaper than babysitters. My love for video-games
Updated 23rd May 2012 at 11:18 AM by Dave Belcher
Here is the lastest blog, and our first video blog!
Updated 16th May 2012 at 09:26 PM by Dave Belcher
By Miles Hancock
Hi, I'm Miles Hancock, Composer and Audio Lead for Embers of Caerus. As a fellow member of the Forsaken Studios team, I thought I'd take a bit of time to introduce myself to everyone on the forum.
I'll be composing the soundtrack for Embers of Caerus, as well as coordinating the audio team – consisting of composers, sound designers and voice talent – to get the audio in the game just right. I suppose I should give you a little background info on
Updated 16th May 2012 at 09:25 PM by Dave Belcher