I've made a few site changes and will continue to do so over the next week or so. I've added Galleria to the projects page, made the project page modular (so I can use the same page for multiple projects), as well as a few other glitches.
I will be updating the site to include a landing page that will make it easier to find our products; the news page will still exist, but will be a separate module rather than the main page.
I have also added our January One Game a Month project, Young Minds Memory Game to the projects page. You can now view images and download the game from that page.
As always any comments, suggestions, or questions are wlecome; just send us a message using the Contact Us page.
We are proud to pronounce that we have finally chosen a name for Project Warehouse: The Mysterious Life of Aaron James. The game is a point and click adventure game that follows Aaron James as his life takes a turn into crazy town, starting with the disappearance of his step-brother, Jon.
My brother, Jesse Beals, has decided to take on the task of doing the art for the game and I will be posting sketches and updating the art as it comes in.
As always, you can follow the development of the game on my gamedev.net journal.
It is really more of a redesign, but the game that was Treasure House is no more. We have recasted and rewritten a majority of the storyline. The "demo" download will remain available as it was really meant more as a test of the engine anyway.
We have dubbed the new project Project Warehouse (codename) and will be releasing more information shortly. In the meantime, we are in desperate need of an artist; if you are interested, please email me by clicking here or using our contact form.