What’s all this, then?

It’s the end of the year 2019 as I write this. In January 2020, I’ll become a dad.

I used to do a lot of videos on YouTube. This won’t be possible in the future, unfortunately. Neither will livestreaming every weekend on Twitch.

But I’m not worried. In fact, this is an exciting new chapter in my life, on many fronts.

Firstly, the obvious. With a newborn in the house, I can’t make videos or livestream as I used to. I’ll be too busy wiping up whatever bodily fluids the baby expunges from his every cavity and orifice. I hear it’s a lot.

Second, the not-so-obvious. It’s always been a dream of mine to make my own games. I have done so in the past, but only in the short-term, hobbyist, jam-game type way.

Now I want to do it for real.

Instead of doing videos about other people’s games, I will be working on making my own games for the foreseeable future. I might still do a video here and there if something exciting comes my way, but for the most part, my time will be spent keeping my baby out of harm’s way and making games of my own.

If you want to stay in the loop for this, have a look at my Patreon page. There are some really cool incentives to pledge, including spoiler-full updates and being able to play in-development builds. You can even have a character named after you!

Thank you for all your support in what I might as well call my YouTube career for lack of a better term. It fostered a great community of likeminded weirdos that I am very proud of, and that I’m happy is still going strong. Come chat with us on Discord.

I will keep this page as it were, with all the archived stuff from the podcast-and-YouTube-days intact.