I recently had the opportunity to speak with Edward Douglas, Scott Penner and Joey Wiggs from Flying Helmet Games about their upcoming game, Eon Altar.
What’s unique about these three game developers is that they share common roots, with the three of them going to high school together, only to reunite years later to develop a game through their own studio.
Edward Douglas, Scott Penner, Luke Reynolds, Joey Wiggs and Dustin Adams all share roots in Cranbrook, British Columbia and all met through gaming at Mount Baker High School.
Edward, Scott and Joey talk about their history in the game industry before Flying Helmet Games, how they brought the team back together and what people can expect from Eon Altar, a turn-based RPG that melds couch co-op style gameplay with individual stories and missions through your mobile phone.
For more info on Eon Altar and Flying Helmet Games, check out http://www.eonaltar.com.