Hello everyone! I had a great time visiting the Scholar’s Academy in Rockaway, NY today. It’s an awesome school! Jack and I were here back in January to teach the high school computer science students all about the joys of making video games. Today was their career fair, so I met students from every high school grade level as well as 6th – 8th grade. Thank you for welcoming me into your school!
An informal survey suggests the most common questions were “how did you do this?”, “what did YOU do specifically?,” “how much money did you make”, and “what degree would I need to do this.” Fortunately, all of those questions and more are answered on this blog! Just go back to some of our old posts. Also we might not have actually covered the college angle here…
This blog post is mainly to let said students know how they can follow Game Revenant for more news about Where Shadows Slumber, as well as testing information for future games. Due to school rules, no one was allowed to take down the students’ info for use in an email list or anything. So I told them to follow us and look out for this blog…
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I enjoyed talking to you all about Where Shadows Slumber, my indie experience, and how to become a game developer. Please feel free to ask me anything, anytime – I’m honest to a fault and I’d love to take your questions. (That goes for anyone else who’s reading this) Leave a comment below or reach out using the platforms above! It never hurts to ask [^_^ ]
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Where Shadows Slumber is now available for purchase on the App Store, Google Play, and the Amazon App Store!
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Frank DiCola is the founder of Game Revenant and the artist for Where Shadows Slumber.