Pre-Orders Going Well;Production Continues

Posted: December 21st, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: Interactive Fiction, production | 3 Comments »

Just wanted to stop in and say that the pre-ordering promotion has been going very well, with hundreds of pre-orders from folks. I am grateful and appreciative. Right now, the duplication costs are basically paid for, although I intend to make the package more deluxe and this will increase costs a tad – it’s about putting out the best package possible, to reward people for still buying a package in the digital age.

I’ve been working basically non-stop on editing the movie, on getting additional “assets” into the mix, and generally putting stuff together. It’s a lot of work, but it’s really worth it, and I really do love this subject – combing through hours of people discussing interactive fiction and text adventures has been a real treat.

More meaty updates will come after the first of the year – right now it’s literally 12-20 hours a day of editing. There’s not much to say about that for the moment, other than the aforementioned fact that I find it really fun.

Keep spreading the word on pre-orders! Like I said, the price goes to the expected $40 on January 1st.

3 Comments on “Pre-Orders Going Well;Production Continues”

  1. 1 Drew Wallner said at 12:04 am on December 22nd, 2009:

    Jason, if you don’t mind, what editing software is that? Cinerella? What’s your workflow generally like?

  2. 2 Jason Scott said at 11:21 am on December 23rd, 2009:

    It’s Sony Vegas 8. (I haven’t moved 9 yet, and probably won’t for this production.)

    To go into the workflow in major detail would take a lot of time I don’t have right now, but I’ll answer questions about it if people have them.

  3. 3 Mike R ("Micistm") said at 7:46 pm on December 30th, 2009:

    The only comment is how much I’m looking forward to this! Might be too late (it’s Dec 31st) but might shoot over to retrogamer site and give the DVD a plug. Don’t know if the forum allows that, but I’m sure many retrogame fans will want to know of the DVD

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