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Jun. 27th, 2004

The letter to the themepark has been posted today, should reach its destination tomorrow.
I've ironed a bit, found too many shirts with strange stains. Dunno if there's something in the water, but I hope I can get them clean again with stain remover. Those classic shirts don't come cheap.
The semi-finals for the European Championships Soccer will be Portugal vs HOLLAND, and Greece vs Czech Republic. We've finally exorcised our penalty-demons.
Kill Bill vol. 2 is a kickass movie, with a few EWWWW!-scenes. Poor Elle Driver is all I'll say :D

I'm also considering sending a letter of application to a gamescompany called 999 Games. They publish all kinds of board- and cardgames (including Settlers of Catan and Blue Moon), and it would be cool to be working there in sales or promotion, giving demonstrations or something. What do you think I should send THEM as original application? :)

EDIT:bander, that gamesdeveloper we talked about on Friday is called Guerrilla. I haven't found their corporate website (could be they don't have any), the only thing I could find was the site for their new game Shellshock 'Nam. Hope it helps a little.

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hackrabbit
Jun. 27th, 2004 03:40 pm (UTC)
http://www.guerrilla-games.com/ ;) Arjan Brussee works there, thus I know.
bander
Jun. 28th, 2004 12:51 am (UTC)
Ah, thank you. *peers*

Hm, Lead Designer is a bit outside my area of expertise, since I haven't shipped a console title.

I guess I'd better work on my Programmer Portfolio.


Rob, as for your application, something board game or card game-related would be perfect, but I wouldn't have a clue how you could pull that off.
skunktaur
Jun. 28th, 2004 12:35 am (UTC)
Rod_d, the collectible cardgame :P
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