This morning I got the delivery of our poster tubes, ready for the prints we are going to be getting soon. They came on a huge palette and the lorry blocked my road for forty minutes during the 7-8am morning rush hour. It was more cringingly embarrassing than my Kickstarter pitch!
We've got nearly 300 of these sitting in my lounge now:
I present "Whiskey Outpost"!
Tomorrow, I'm in London, where I'll be taking a look and testing the members area of the new website. Barring any major bugs, that should be pretty much ready to go now.
I'll also be meeting with a writer who's going to be helping me to flesh out the narrative for the single player campaign. There will be eight story missions, which will take around ten hours to play through on normal difficulty settings.
On Friday, I'm getting my greasy mitts on the new Linux developer machine. It's also ATI so I'll be able to test a much wider scope of (terrible) hardware to ensure that everyone gets decent performance and not too many glitches.
Initially I'm going to be doing Linux alpha builds in 64 bit on Mint. If you really want 32 bit that's something I'll be putting out a little less regularly.
If I work through the weekend I should be able to have a rudimentary Linux test build ready for download by Monday morning.
One more thing: April's copy of Custom PC has a two page Maia screenshot. Pretty awesome eh?
Lots of new screenshots in the development forum!