Not played Depths of Peril yet?
Wednesday, 07 November 2007

For those that haven't played Depths of Peril yet or haven't decided to buy the full version, but are for some reason reading my blog, you really should read this great thread from our gamers, read what reviewers are saying about the game, and then try out the latest version of the demo.


Interesting sales stats
Tuesday, 06 November 2007

Currently only 55% of the sales for Depths of Peril comes from the US.  So almost half of our sales are outside of the US, which to me is really cool.  Not only because we only offer the game in English, but there is just something exciting about your product selling all over the world (in our case 22 different countries so far).


What do you want to see in my blog?
Monday, 05 November 2007

Now that I'm trying to regularly update my blog, what would you guys like me to blog about?  I'm not blogging for me, so thinking of topics is a bit difficult.  I want to blog about things that interest our gamers and readers.  So any ideas?


Friday, 02 November 2007

Contracts are quickly killing my brain.  You know all of those little contracts you never read like EULAs and agreements when you sign up with another website?  Well when you run a company you have to actually read them or someone will eventually screw you.  In the last couple of months I have read contracts from publishers, portals, e-commerce sites, various websites, hardware companies, other software companies, and probably others that I've forgotten about. 

Now most of the contracts I have seen are actually pretty fair, but there have been a couple that were downright scary.  One I remember off the top of my head basically said I agreed that anything that I submitted I had to have the IP rights for the material and that I gave them the IP rights to whatever I submitted it to them.  So anything I submit is now yours?  Yeah, I don't think so.

Like I said most of the contracts I have read haven't been trying to screw me, but they are all still legal documents that are written in some language that is definitely not English.  It's close to English but not really the same language.  For an example, one fairly common phrase is this agreement can't be changed unless changes are "reduced to writing and signed by both parties".  The part in quotes is the part that I've seen in many contracts.  Reduced to writing?  Reduced?  You really couldn't just say "must be in writing"?  You can find good examples like this every couple lines.

After a while my head feels like it is going to explode after so much translating into English.


Fan fiction
Thursday, 01 November 2007

For all of you that like the Depths of Peril ficition, you really should go read the fan fiction story over on Gaming's Edge.  It's a cool story about two brothers who are the leaders of a covenant called Rage of Night fighting for their place within Jorvik.  So far the story is up to 11 chapters.


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