warm games, cold nights
Who are we? We’re a little game company based out of scenic Boulder, CO. We make tabletop role-playing games, particularly games in the indie-RPG game tradition, or story-games, as they’re called by some. Sadly, this isn’t our day-job, but we do love it and want to get back to you. W. Austin Bookheimer [caption id=u0022attachment_728u0022 align=u0022alignleftu0022 width=u0022150u0022 caption=u0022Austinu0022][/caption] A philosopher and cook, sometimes gentleman thief. Austin enjoys long walks on Titan VII’s methane-snow-covered beaches, and bonfire-lit dinners with the Maenads on the mountain. Given the choice between magic and cybernetics, he would choose cybernetics. When he tweets, it’s @AugustAlso. Kit La Touche [caption id=u0022attachment_729u0022 align=u0022alignrightu0022 width=u0022150u0022 caption=u0022Kitu0022][/caption] A student and teacher, sometimes werebear. Kit enjoys editing and typography, the weird phenomena to be observed in human languages, and wrecking ships on rocky beaches. He’s also responsible for maintaining the server where this is hosted. As such, his personal blog can be found here. He tweets a lot @kobutsu. John LeBoeuf-Little [caption id=u0022attachment_730u0022 align=u0022alignleftu0022 width=u0022150u0022 caption=u0022Johnu0022][/caption] A programmer and climber, sometimes master strategist. John has coded in Java, C#, C++, and plenty of obscure languages besides. His favorite strategy game is Go; his least favorite game is Candy Land. He tweets just…
We’ve only published one game so far, Becoming Heroes. The others are on their way. Becoming Heroes, a game about realizing your destiny as a hero. A Piece of Work, a game about being down-and-out in a cyerbnoir future. Et in Arcadia Ego, a game about Regency-era magicians.
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June 24, 2011