assistance

warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/buckman/public_html/neo/modules/taxonomy/taxonomy.pages.inc on line 33.
Bill Loguidice's picture

Help Armchair Arcade Create a New Custom Drupal Theme for Free Books, Fame, and Riches*

Armchair Arcade's transition to its latest revision is almost - but not quite - complete. While we upgraded our server-side software and feature-set, one thing we're still missing is a killer design theme to really give us that Web 3.0 vibe (Web 2.0 is so 2009). If you know how to create killer Drupal themes or are an artistically inclined designer and would like to help, let us know via our Contact Us form. If we end up using your work, in return you'll get a copy of our books, Vintage Games, complete with an autographed bookmark, as well as an autographed and personalized copy of Wii Fitness for Dummies.

*Fame and riches not actually included with this offer, but you will have the books, our eternal thanks, and a nice mention on our About Us page.

Bill Loguidice's picture

Feature Film Documentary on Videogames - Looking for new and archival media

As you may already know, we're working on a major feature film documentary on videogames, tentatively titled, Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution, which is through Lux Digital Pictures, responsible for such features as Nightmares in Red, White and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film and American Grindhouse. We're presently in the process of gathering the last of the important footage and would like to round it out with archive materials, commercials, promotional videos and other media - past and present - that would be relevant to the documentary. While we're presently in negotiations with most major videogame companies, we're always on the lookout for more, more, more. If you're a rights holder, archivist, work for a videogame company (even one of the big ones), etc., and would like to contribute materials, please get in contact with me at bill@armchairarcade.com. The film is going to be a celebration of the positive aspects of videogames (and computers) through a vivid historical narrative that takes viewers right through to the present day (and beyond) and features interviews with top industry pros and quite a bit of in-game footage, a lot of which has never been seen before in this type of format. Thanks for the help in making this even better!

Syndicate content