Famicon is a UK collective Probably best known for videos at youtube (Youtube.com) also produces books and blogs for the NY based publishing house pictureboxinc.com. Our former manager mike is sitting in on this too since he was heavily involved with our day to day lives during the time when the game was first released in 2004.
Each section of the game is a lesson for the player. But you can also appreciate it only at face value, if you don’t want to learn more
Stage 1) you can do anything, as long as you dont do nothing
Stage 2) utilise your strengths, and dont stop trying
Stage 3) give people what they want, before they know they want it
Stage 4) Take what you can and give nothing back
Stage 5) Life will never be as good as it was in the early 90s
In 2004 lawrence and michaels HK based talent agency went bankrupt so we moved back to england and needed something to focus positive energy on, so we worked with our closest friends and family on any projects that otherwise had no commercial value or viability...
Do you feel truancy is really an issue?
Unless my kid was gonna get arrested or banned from school i dont care what they gonna do
Since this is a Sega orientated site I have to ask 'What are your Sega inspirations?' and 'what are your favorite Sega games'?
What's next for Famicon or the 'Get to Schol on Time' franchise?
Pc players will soon be able to play the game thanks to Desura, it will include the OST as part of the package.
What's your favorite Goosebumps book?
I’m warning you another question like that and this interview is over
Got anything to plug?
We co developed Pig & Bullet with Spiceworx, this iOS game goes live this weekend, preview at Youtube.com
Scot, It is a wolf! If the game does well on desura we would certainly plan some updates.