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For anybody that grew up watching on channel 11 out of New York (or your local equivalent), the video is a trip down nostalgia lane, and no less than one would expect from the Dean of Iron Crotch Studies at Iron Crotch University¹, and founding publisher, Iron Crotch University Press.
On October 29, 2012 Hurricane Sandy hit New York City.
For a self-published collection, it’s about as high-quality as you can get, and it’s offered right at the base reward tier, US bucks to get a copy sent to you in August.
Bargain of the year, easily, and that’s before you factor in the pitch video, which features 1970s-style Hong Kong cinematography and cheapo, out-of-sync dubbing.
"I played that game and I fell in love," Kreyling says. I love everything [Christine Love] does, but for whatever reason that one hit me really hard and stuck with me.
Things that mattered to him, and had nothing to do with the day-to-day grind at Muse.
And following Hurricane Sandy, he focused in on one in particular: a game engine for visual novels.
At the time, Kreyling worked at Muse Games, located next to Battery Park.
On the morning of October 29, Muse had just launched its latest game, needed a patch.
Everybody’s on a plane right about now, heading to Emerald City Comic Con; I suppose it’ll be just as bad when TCAF or SDCC come around, but man I’ll breathe easier when this flight lands in Seattle: Go safely, my friends.