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Hey everyone!

Being smart and clever people, you’ve probably noticed that every year we all get together in November and excitedly share our progress and generally have a bunch of fun creating awesome stuff, and helping each other with advice or encouragement, and  talking about game design. Then November ends and this website gets very quite for about the following ten months… just like it has been so far this year! The NagaDemon Facebook page is a little more active than this site, mostly because I’m a member of a number of groups on FB so it is easy to drop a comment or respond to folk that way. I’ve tried to use Google+, but am just not there all that frequently!

Anyway, this annual stretch of quiet is something that weighs on my mind – I would love the site to be useful all year round, not just in November. What would you like to see here? To read about or learn about? Do you feel you can contribute in some way? I will be up front and say whatever happens in the future, it needs to be sustainable and manageable as I run NagaDemon between work commitments and a family of wild children! 🙂 Leave a comment and let me know your thoughts.

While you are leaving that comment, make sure you also tell us where you most often talk about games, game design, and your own endeavours. Give yourself a shout-out!

Thanks,

Nathan Russellfeedback

2012 Survey

November and NaGa DeMon 2012 will soon be over. Hundreds of people have participated, and many, many games have been created. How many people? How many games? What types of games? I don’t know exactly – YET. Luckily, there is a handy survey that will reveal such things! If you have participated, thought about participating, or just randomly found this sight by googling “email a Scottish monster hunter” (Yes, that was a real search term that found NaGa DeMon!) you can help out!

By completing the survey you will help provide valuable feedback about this year’s event, which will be used to make next year’s event even more awesome! The survey is under the 2012 tab above, or you can just click this link!

Thanks!