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Howard PhillipsBy Howard Phillips
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Howard PhillipsBy Howard Phillips
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Part 6: The Post-Nintendo Years - from the Exclusive Howard & Know-It-All Comic by Matthew Taranto!

Posted by Howard Phillips (Creator)

This is a low-rez version of the Sixth of six comics Matthew is creating for the Know-It-All Kickstarter. At certain backer levels we will be giving away exclusive high-quality prints of these including some signed and numbered by the artist himself along with Gamemaster Howard.

This 6-part series tells the story of how and why I went from being Nintendo shipping manager to Gamemaster to creator of Know-It-All.

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      GBAer64 on

      Wow. I can already tell that this game will fulfill what almost every other educational game couldn't do. Be fun and get the logic! Barely do I know anything and I can see it's shining future.

    2. John Thurner on

      I am excited to be following this project. A long time friend of mine Art Johnson and I have been bouncing education game ideas around for years. It is great to see someone from the gaming industry actually trying to do it!

    3. Ian Decker on

      ^ Agreed! Check out the rest of Matthew Taranto's stuff at http://brawlinthefamily.keenspot.com/ It's one of my favorite webcomics to read and hey, wouldn't you know it, it's all about Nintendo stuff!

    4. Oscar Tong on

      Oh, almost forgot—thanks for posting these great comics! They've been a blast to read!

    5. Oscar Tong on

      Oh, Bill... You shouldn't brush off your old buddy like that. :( Now, if only "Know-It-All" could teach those ignorant fools to see past their obstinate notion that games are only toys... *sigh*