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Desktop Dynasties

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Time, gravity, and the nature of the universe

Time, gravity, and the nature of the universe

Nov 15 2017

A funny thing happened during my game against the Cyans.  I lined up for a punt, and kicked the ball.  The ball…

The Game Queue

The Game Queue

Nov 08 2017

Just a quick note about Ex2.5.  We’re running along quite nicely, but since there aren’t a lot of significant engine updates happening…

Exhibition Season 2.5 is Ready to Go!

Exhibition Season 2.5 is Ready to Go!

Oct 31 2017

Coaches have been installed, teams have been created, players have been generated, and we’re ready to go! Season 2.5 is officially ready…

Season 2 Update, Coaches, and a Flurry of Activity!

Season 2 Update, Coaches, and a Flurry of Activity!

Oct 23 2017

Lots of interesting progress since last time! Exhibition Season 2:  I’m definitely ready to kick off Ex2, but I’ve made a lot…

 

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Desktop Dynasties:  Pro Football

Desktop Dynasties: Pro Football

Nov 18 2017

We’ve finally settled on a name and logo for the regen3 project!  Desktop Dynasties:  Pro Football. This is the first of a…

New Forum!

New Forum!

Nov 03 2017

We’ve added a new discussion forum!  You can find the link on the website menu, or from this link:  www.GoldenCrestGames.com/forum Head on…

 

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GoldenCrest Games

GoldenCrest Games was created in 2016 by Shawn and his 3 kids (Derek, Riley, and Jaylyn) for the purpose of making games while developing programming and digital art skills.

Shawn’s specialty is AI and simulation, while Derek has developed skills in modeling and animation.  Riley and Jaylyn are currently experimenting with various programming techniques and art.

GoldenCrest Games business plan was developed by Derek when he was 9, and goes something like this:  “We should make a really fun game that has monsters, dragons, and pets.  Then we’ll sell it to Target for a million dollars, but my friends can buy it for $5.  Then, when I turn 22, I can take over the company and you’ll find something else to do, Daddy.”

You can’t argue with that logic.