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No, BZPower is not getting incorporated. Halo 5: Guardians is releasing next week, and today 343 Industries announced their clan feature for the game and started to allow people to make and join them. BZPower, the Halo 5 company. I'm pretty excited for this game, although I'm sure I won't be able to play as much as I'd like. Still though, I think it might be fun to play with BZPower members. If you're planning on picking up Halo 5, feel free to join the group!
I had no scanner, these photos were taken with my phone. All of them, yay! Macku, for those who can't tell that it's a blu chick. Kopeke, for those who can't hear him saying "My name is Kopeke". Taipu & Hafu, Taifu & Hapu, Haifu & Tafu, for those who don't know who is who, like me. Takua, for those who are too blinded by the light to see that he's blue, red and yellow. Kapura, for those who is scrolling down this page too fast to see who it is. Tamaru, for those who can't read Matoran. Made these yesterday after I've thought about how awesome all these guys were, I also accidentally started shipping Taipu and Hafu when researching all the characters. I'm so sorry, BZP. I like these designs, but I'm not too sure about my skills in general, constructive feedback would be appreciated. On my tumblr, if you want to reblog it.
Well, I'm just going to say it. I'm disbanding the company. Now, hopefully the natural response (besides "what company?") is "What do you mean?" Allow me to elaborate: Cyan Productions is a collection of game developers that release games, music, stories and other stuff in the Fan Created Games forum. Unlike most of the "game companies" that swept through BZPower in the mid '00s, Cyan developers mostly did their projects, and reached out to artists when they needed them. Now however, most of us have moved on. Despite this, the games we created to still hosted and downloadable from cyanproductions.net. Because we mostly each worked on our own projects, this creates a bit of a support issue. I do not know all the ins and outs of my peers' games, and they likely do not know the ins and outs of my games. This is why I've been hesitant to bring the Cyan Productions topic back. There aren't really any active projects going on, and because the games are hosted in my topic, members would likely expect me to be able to help them with bugs, game secrets, and general game support (can't blame them, of course) for projects that didn't work on. So here's the idea that I'm toying with: I post two topics in FCG, one for each of the games that I made. The rest go to the Software Library. I haven't done it yet because I'm still thinking things over. It sounds like a good plan though. They'll still be playable. Of course, you wouldn't be able to just casually discuss the other Cyan games since there would be no topic. If enough people ask for it, I may remedy that with another "Official Topic for Older Games," but the last one tanked, so I'm reluctant to start another one. Well, that's where we are now. I'll make a final decision in the coming days, and I'll update if I change my mind. Note: Plans for Influx and its associated resources will go in the next entry.