Dear Indiana, you don't suck after all...

Sam Hart

2008-11-05 16:45:39

Okay... turns out you don't suck... While it was a squeaker here, you seem to have wound up tipping for Obama. Color me impressed.

Generally speaking though, I'm absolutely thrilled by the results of last night's election. For Obama to win with such an overwhelming majority is something else. I wish I had more to say about it, but I don't. I'm simply too busy and too stressed.

Why am I stressed? Well, as I mentioned previously I am working at trying to make a company work. I may as well spill the beans and say this company will be a video game company and we are currently working on our first game that targets Xbox Live Arcade. We hope to have the game done by early 2009 (and really hope that we can get it for sale by Spring/Summer 2009). Unfortunately, we don't have the money to hire on enough people to make this more expedient, so I've been largely going at it myself (with another friend helping out occasionally with some code).

That being said, we are very much interested in any funding we could find. If you (or someone you know) would be interested in investing in a start-up video game company with some great prospects (our founders include software industry veterans, we have a list of 50 titles in various stages of planning, and former game projects we've been a part in have had a user base of over 132 million) please feel free to contact me at the following address:

We have a business plan we'd be happy to share with serious investors as well as a company overview explaining who we are what we plan to do.

As for other reasons I'm stressed, I haven't mentioned this yet but my father has taken a turn for the worse. They recently took him off of his pills (that have kept him alive this long) and are "easing his suffering" while we wait for him to pass. As you may or may not know, he is a fighter and could last some time. But, without the pills he's been on for the last few years that time is now very limited.

Anyway... I've just been busy as hell and in dire needs of things to calm down again. Hopefully this election being over will at least contribute to that need in some way.