Twilight Faze here. Been quite a busy few months, so let me get everyone caught up!
"IS THE LEGEND OF PANGAEA STILL ONGOING/CANCELLED/ETC."
I'm still working on this. However, as the months go on, I've been doing less and less to prepare for my move and upcoming class. I also need to get back to gathering resources for the art side of things afterward. At this point, now that I have a genius musician on my side as a partner, I'd only get more music resources for inspirational purposes. Also, due to a change in plans, I'm thinking of moving this game to a Unity or Unreal 4, etc. engine in the future. So, the good news is The Legend of Pangaea might get an upgrade in the future and function as one game instead of a multi-part game. It'll still be a 3 part episodic game, but at least it'll be all together. More to come on this as the development continues.
"EH? A BUSINESS PARTNER?"
Yes, I met Michael Gordon, a death metal musician who is an AMAZING composer for game music as well. He not only came with a knack of musical prowess, but some great ideas of games himself. Because he is musically oriented, he has even pitched an idea of a music-themed game that sounds fun, promising, and something players would enjoy. While we agreed that because The Legend of Pangaea will be the flagship game, we will still work on his game. But there's another tag-team effort we are working on: A browser/mobile game. I'm also talking to a couple other people who may be interested in joining the team. The day where a business is established may not be far off!
"WHAT'S THIS BROWSER/MOBILE GAME YOU JUST MENTIONED?"
Michael came with a great idea to help expand our name. It's going to be sci-fi involving traveling to multiple worlds of your choice. But that's all the details we have for now. We're still working on the plot as well as other details. Once I get enough for it, I'll create a site for everyone to access.
"YOU'VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT THIS MOVE FOR A WHILE NOW. WHEN IS IT HAPPENING?"
August. Ideally, it'd be late-July, but if the past few months have taught me anything, "Expect delays." Low-key, my family has been opposed to the move. They vocally support it, but you can tell from body language they are not happy with the idea. I've also been noticing that my usefulness has been taken for granted, almost to the point where I'm being "volun-told" not "volunteered" for certain things. Not a fan. I'm still talking around and finally have two places I like. Once my next payday hits, I'm gonna get the ball rolling. I've also been back to doing Lyft for extra money so that's been taking up what little free time I have left too.
"WHAT'S GOING ON WITH FOOTSY?"
The streams have been moved (again) to Saturday mornings now. We're still trying to set a time, but I'm looking at anywhere between 9 and 10 AM, Pacific Time. He also set up a Discord for his fans, fans of gaming, or supporters of The Legend of Pangaea. Feel free to check it out:
"ARE YOU GOING TO BE DOING ANYTHING ELSE?"
Yeah, actually. I'm seriously debating on doing Let's Play videos/walkthroughs of the various quests and side-quests of the game. And after looking into it, I discovered that the FFXI fanfic I was writing that was pulled was not pulled by an official, but by a troll with a convincing e-mail. There should have been a cease-and-desist letter, but it was just a formal (and polite) message. Knowing this now, I'm gonna redo the weekly FFXI fanfic after I move. I need to re-establish the three main characters and their backgrounds. I want to do one for FFXIV too, but what stops me is I'd rather much do that from 1.0 onward, but because Square Enix pulled the plug on that, I don't have all the data for it anymore, just the generic storyline. Maybe a future update will allow us to relive those days with current mechanics and graphics, but I won't hold my breath.
Thanks again to everyone who's been showing support for me, Footsy, and The Legend of Pangaea. Your support means the world!
The author and creator of "The Legend of Pangaea"