Brad Wardell's site for talking about the customization of Windows.
Published on January 28, 2015 By Frogboy In Stardockians

imageLast year we released zilch.  No new games, no new apps.  It was a year of building. 

This year, things start to get interesting.

Let’s take a look at just this Winter:

February: Offworld Trading Company goes into Early Access

March: Sorcerer King is scheduled for release

April: Galactic Civilizations III is scheduled for release

And we still have two more games that are unannounced that are going to be shown at GDC.


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on Jan 28, 2015

And Customization.... no news? ... and what happened to the NEW website last year ??

Edit: I'm referring to Wincustomize of course.

on Jan 28, 2015

neone6

And Customization.... no news? ... and what happened to the NEW website last year ??

Edit: I'm referring to Wincustomize of course.

We've been hiring up for a WC update. But it's going to be a LOT of work. 

on Jan 28, 2015

Frogboy

We've been hiring up for a WC update. But it's going to be a LOT of work.
GREAT News Brad !

As I've just been promoted Master skinner after 4 years of hard labor I've got a LOT of site-contrbuting up my sleeve, I even got My girlie Vampothika (Kitty) to release skins again, so we're all all in for an Upward spiral for skinning futurewise, god knows the OS needs us lol.

 

on Jan 29, 2015

waiting for the game developer conference... Im curious to know what games are to come 

on Jan 29, 2015

so we need to wait another month for that RTS announcement? Dissapointing news.

on Feb 07, 2015

Hrmm ... I used to love the idea of the GDC, E3 and other interactive entertainment expos/showcases, but increasingly they feel like they're elitist, less for everyday people who love to play games to get our minds off our doldrums from our stupid jobs that fund our gaming habits, and more for the glitzy glamour snob types.  It'd be nice if we could at least get some HD footage out of them that is a direct screen capture instead of a digital video camera recording a bigscreen playback that doesn't show the crisp, vibrant graphics to most of us who don't have a few thousand dollars to blow on a convention.  I wonder if anyone has considered starting an online game expo to showcase new and upcoming games that don't require airfare, hotel, ground transpo, time off work, etc.  I get most of my gaming news these days from a couple of gamecasters (TotalBiscuit more than any other after HD retired and Husky doesn't do a whole lot anymore), but as hard as he works and as much time as he puts in, TB is just one guy who can only cover so much.  A lot of the sites I used to check out regularly seem to have shifted their attention away from PC gaming and into consoles which I am not interested in.

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