I just sent letter of inquiry to an IP holder about licensing a property for a future game design. I have some intriguing ideas for the way I’d take a game with this property, but I haven’t done anything concrete on it yet aside from jotting down some notes in my idea file. I don’t want to put a bunch of work into something that may never see the light of day if the license isn’t available, but I’d love, love, love to do something with this.
I’ve got a short list of publishers I’ll approach if the license pans out. The few I have in mind are all experienced with license properties and have proven track records. Good folks to work with, too.
I’m a little nervous and a lot excited, and there’s a spider on you right now.
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I found the spider. I’ll save it to give to you later this week.
I have never wanted to lay on a couch in the background and Ben Afflek a product so badly in my life, if it’s what I think it is.
I don’t want to say anything before I hear back, but I hope you’re right. :)
You know where to find me. /dramatic cape