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Benjamin used to play more games than make them. He also used to strive towards being a professional animator so much he even did an undergraduate degree in the subject. Yet about two and half years into his degree a suprising shift pointed him towards game design and with making Flash titles in his spare time and applying for the MA in Games Design he found a deep passion within himself that would insure he never looked back. Using the skills he had learned in script writing, Flash, Illustrator and pre-production animation he started to make games through the MA whilst learning and honing a multitude of different skills. After achieving a distinction grade and creating “Littleton to the Rescue” on the MA he joined forces with Pete Bottomley to form White Paper Games.

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0 comments by Benni_Hill on Mar 17th, 2014

Hey everyone!We at White Paper Games are incredibly proud to show our release trailer for Ether One. Ether One is due for release on the 25th March 2014 and to show you guys a little more about what the game is about and what we have been working on for the past 2-3 years we have released our official release trailer. We hope you enjoy it.

You can pre-order the game over at www.ether-game.com or alternatively you can pre-order it at GOG or the Humble Store where you can acquire the deluxe version of the game that comes with the following bonuses:

  • The OST of Ether One
  • The Strange Tale of Byron Spencer – A comic by Mark Penman and Andrew Tunney
  • The game script
    Exclusive artwork

The game to pre-order is discounted and is £10.49 at launch at the humble store and direct from us and $16.99 over at GOG. Thank you for the support and please ask any questions about the game, launch or sale of the item and we will do our best to answer. The White Paper Games Team - Ben, Pete, James, NJ, OJ, Dave and Marcus

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Apr 23 2015, 9:33am

@TheSnee Thanks. I will have a lot more info soon (if it gets approved)

Apr 16 2015, 10:08am

@TheSnee whatever the path maybe it will absolutely be interesting!

Apr 16 2015, 10:06am

What's that Ben? You're doing a doctorate and working on two games? *laughs hysterically*

Apr 16 2015, 9:01am

Just completed and sent off my final research proposal to my supervisor for my doctorate - fingers crossed no more amendments needed!

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Apr 14 2015, 1:14pm

@TristanParrish that's such a shame man :( - hopefully some good comments will make it worthwhile again

Apr 14 2015, 3:49am

@TristanParrish criticism is fine (and important) but general etiquette is important when commenting on stuff

Apr 14 2015, 3:46am

@TristanParrish absolutely - sometimes you can reply to negative comments and try and spin it positive

Apr 14 2015, 3:44am

@TristanParrish yeah - you get some really strange ones - and some that are just nasty. I try my best to ignore them (whilst crying inside)

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