The new demo is now available! I’ve updated it to allow you to try the Japanese hiragana tileset. I’ve also added multiplayer support, and the ability to save and come back to a game. The new cd jacket cover art is done. Can’t wait to see it printed. I understand there has been some trouble with the checkout, and paypal not properly showing everything secure. This is NOT affecting your info! It was just the picture displayed in the top header, and has been fixed. Thank you for your understanding, and if you hesitated before, please try your purchase again.
I return, tired but pleased, from another year at GVSU in Allendale.
Just a few updates: The page was overhauled thanks to Melanie,
The demo for MahJong House is now available on CNET. I guarantee all of my software to be adware/spyware free and CNET confirms that. So if you hesitated before on downloading software from an “unknown”, please head on over and check it out.
I have been able to confirm that MahJong House now runs on Windows 7 RC1. For all of you out there testing this great new OS, there is now an exciting alternative to Microsoft’s Mahjong Titans.
I’ve been working night and day since we returned from ACEN, thank you to all of the people who tried out the demo at our table. I am currently working on implementing the reward system, which once completed will add interactive items to the room when certain challenges have been met. My art department (Melanie) is working on finishing the artwork for the Japanese tileset so we can have a complete Hiragana and Katakana set. She will be following up with the first of several Kanji sets next, we hope to have all of the sets up within the next…
Whew. ACEN 2009 is officially over, and I’m home recovering. Thank you to everyone who stopped by. As usual, the make your own button corner was very popular (lot’s of Mother’s Day buttons) and we had more cosplay photos than ever before. Thank you to those who left great feedback on the forums, it’s much appreciated. See you next year!
Well, our first Penguicon experience comes to an end.
Thank you to everyone who has given feedback on the demo at ACEN! We plan on putting it up for sale at Penguicon (May 1-3 2009). The game will be $20, and available as a download or on CD. It is the same price, because the cost of a CD is offset by the cost of bandwidth to offer downloading. It’s a great game, with some new features and innovations beyond other MahJong games I’ve seen, and I think you’ll agree! Once it is officially up for sale, we plan to have detailed game descriptions and screenshots.