Projekt Produkt is now in the market for it's next arcade game to manufacture, publish, and distribute. If you are a game programmer or game designer and you have a game that would be right at home in a coin-op arcade cabinet you should contact us. You must be able to demonstrate you own the copyright or otherwise have complete ownership control of the game, it's source code, as well as any and all images, music and sound effects within plus you must have at least the use rights to all game mechanics used. Furthermore you must be able to edit the source code to play nice within a Projekt Produkt arcade cabinet to necessary Projekt Produkt hardware specifications. Almost any game could be considered. With few caveats but if it runs on PC hardware (Intel or AMD) the game must run in linux. Otherwise any hardware from C=64 to even arduino and any other crazy hardware you might program for could be considered. Anyone interested should contact me, Kevin Anderson at email@example.com or leave a voicemail at 520-406-0224.
A shout out to Vector Gaming Forums over at http://vectorgaming.proboards.com/thread/1023/gravitrex
for posting about GravitreX and Projekt Produkt. Thanks!!!
If you love vector games I invite you to check that forum out.
I will be debuting FANCADES at Zapcon 2016. This is a custom service offered to put your favorite beloved game into an arcade cabinet and give it arcade functionality. For all custom work contact Kevin Anderson of Projekt Produkt at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay tuned for example pictures posted here after Zapcon http://www.zapcon.com/
William Culver over at Arcade USA has reviewed Gravitrex. Check out the review with the link below and don't forget to subscribe to his channel. A thousand thanks goes out to him.
Olive is never far away from the projekts I work on. My wife Elizabeth Anderson requested a cocktail cabinet. I turned it into somewhat of a challenge to build only with what I had extra on hand. Over the Halloween weekend 2015 this got done. Completely new cab no classic donor cab had to be sacrificed. It does need some 3" speaker covers still but other than that it looks great and is fully functional.
I will go ahead and complete the build in the near future with things I didn not have on hand like missing speaker covers, glass clips, and I am going to design and build a unique and I think very cool 'remote control' (it is way different than you are probably imagining) that will not detract from the look of her cabinet.
This has given me an idea to sponsor a build compo. Something like what can you build from scratch with only what you have on hand and how quick can you do it? A week, a weekend?