|May 14, 2010 (Last Update)|
I'm sitting in a bar, its
3 o'clock and it's a bit cloudy outside. The wooden table is old but
nice, and over there is my coffee and a tea which belongs to Bill Tiller
who is sitting right in front of me.
The Dig Museum was the biggest project I've been involved in so far, and it was a great experience.
This Dig website (http://dig.mixnmojo.com)
was originally founded by Tabias, back in 1996. It was one of the first
websites to be hosted by The International House of Mojo. She closed
it down sometime in 1998. Narrative took over the webspace, deleted
the original site, and on the 24th February 2000, opened a new version.
In August of 2001, Zaarin took over from Narrative, and again, deleted
the old site and created a new design.
It was my intention since the beginning
to have Zaarin as part of the crew, but soon after I posted the first
"Coming Soon" page, I've been contacted by ATMachine (Andrew
Ervin) who was the first real source of significant information. He
had been doing research about The Dig for quite some time and he was
happy about now having a home for that information.
I must say that before working on The
Dig Museum, I knew nothing about the game industry, as also knew nobody
of the people involved in the games I used to play. I was a big fan
of LucasArts as a company which made great games.
To be continue
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