Our arrival at the William Morris Gallery was met with warm welcome by the Gallery’s curatorial team. We were there to organise our upcoming exhibition of course but it was difficult not to feel a sense of adventure as we descended through the storied building and were then led into the store room of treasures that Indiana Jones himself would have gazed upon in glee.
We at Small Island Games are thrilled to announce our collaboration with the William Morris Gallery in London to put on a new exhibition. The display will explore craft by juxtaposing Haiku Adventure and its development against examples of the Japanese woodblock prints and the processes of their craft that have inspired the game.
Welcome to the freshly minted Small Island Games development blog and please accept a warm ‘How do you do’ from James, Ceri & crew!
Haiku Adventure - our debut project, is now well underway and so we thought it high time to start sharing and documenting our development journey with you. We’re hoping this will be our special corner of the interweb to share many interesting stories and tidbits as the game moves forward and connect with those interested in Haiku Adventure’s development, curious about game development in general, Haiku enthusiasts, ukiyo-e connoisseurs, Point and Click devotees and all of the rest of you good folk out there.