The first Team Notion Developer Diary is finally here! Subscribe to Pure Nintendo magazine to read the first entry where I talk about the history of Notion Games and where it is now. I also talk about the prepping process for Team Notion, the next game in development. Thanks for the support and we truly appreciate the opportunity Pure Nintendo Magazine has given us.
Team Notion the Game
After a couple of years being cramped in my apt bedroom, I’ve finally been able to rent studio space!
I’m so happy to be able to actually have a location for Notion Games. Edward Dennis will be moving to Austin, Tx to help me push Notion Games even further.
This has been a great journey so far and we hope to bring you more games really soon!
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Hey guys, I have a question. I’m really thinking about the cartoon aspect of Team Notion, and trying to get the games we make a bigger audience (we do need to eat haha). So, I am wondering about rehauling Team Notion the game as a whole. I redesigned Sandy with a more “edgy” design.
Please let me know your thoughts on this. Should I stick with my gut and go with the fun cartoony style of the current version, or the more “cool” feeling style of an older Sandy? (Sandy is 10 in the cartoon version and she is 17 in the newer version)