2 pointsSeveral years ago, Rob and I had collaborated on a tiny 2D platformer game, a nifty but memorable little free game that people could play on the computer. Years have passed, but we're pretty certain that this game's ability -to inevitably frustrate you- is still definitely there, and can definitely be enhanced to make the game far more exciting and fun. So we're remaking the game with all new art! Better yet... we're releasing the game on Google Play and Apple's App Store for iPhone, so the game can inevitably frustrate you on the go. This will be our first true title, and we're shooting for it to be a quality one you can enjoy!
1 pointHello! I am pleased to announce that Ginever Entertainment now has an official wiki. This is a brand new wiki which will be replacing all of the wikis previously operated by The Ginever Alliance. You can find it here: https://wiki.ginever.net/ The new wiki has been embedded within the website after many hours of painstaking integration work. Both the login state and the skin are shared between the wiki and the rest of the website and the navigation between them should be almost seamless. The wiki also runs within the existing server structure which allows us to run it without having to pay any extra expenses. This was quite a difficult feat to pull off, so hopefully people will appreciate the effort. Over time, I will be importing anything from the old Ginever Alliance wikis which is deemed to be relevant or important to Ginever Entertainment. This is quite a bit of work, so you're unlikely to see this completed for a while. But, assuming you're logged in to the main website already, you should be able to head over to the wiki and edit pages straight away. Also, if you had admin permissions on the old wikis, those permissions should have been carried over to the new one. If you have a little bit of time, it would be great to see people contributing. The restoration of the wiki brings us one step closer to having a full service again on the Ginever website. Thanks all.