Hello once again, everyone!
Since a couple of weeks back, we’ve been hard at work
playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild making tons of new Nanokin content for you all to enjoy in the future!
Today, however, we’re going to talk about something a little bit different but still relevant, streaming! A few of us at Anjin tend to set up shop maybe once or twice a week and give a little taste of what we’re working on for Nanokin, and one of us even streams a lot casually for fun, ideas, and to have a great time. So stop in sometime and get to know us!
First up is Jacob AKA MegaUltraJMan. As our in house lead animator on character art and co-animator on Nanokin monster design, Jacob tends to set up and stream pixel sessions every once a week or so, sometimes more if he’s not being too secretive! When he’s not, he’s studying and enjoying games, anything from retro classics dating back to the NES, MSX, Genesis, all the way up to the latest hits for PC, PS4, Switch, and more! So tune in for the art, stay for the conversation and great games!
You can catch Jacob streaming at https://www.twitch.tv/megaultrajman throughout the week! While he has no set schedule, he tends to stream every few days.
Next up is our resident maestro of music, the master of management, and the founder of Studio Anjin itself, Kyle! While Kyle delves into quite literally every piece of Nanokin including art, map making, character design, writing, and more, you’ll primarily catch him toiling away on stream making music. In rare instances, he might be playing some really bizarre off the wall games, as he’s always had an interest in the strange and the quirky above all else, looking for the most far out ideas and designs for inspiration. Every now and again, you might catch him collaborating with Jacob to co-compose some sweet monster jams!
You can catch Kyle streaming at https://www.twitch.tv/neonlare occasionally! He doesn’t pop out of his dev hole month, it’s kind of like waiting for a groundhog on Groundhog’s Day, but it’s always worth the wait!
Lastly, one of our Nanokin code warriors and one of the dudes making sure everything doesn’t break into a billion pieces is Nicolas! This mysterious warrior in the shadows frequently alternates between streaming strings of code and carefully planning out speedruns and tool-assisted speedruns, also making him an excellent candidate for testing and making sure things don’t break! He has a high appreciation for the PS1 era of classic games and also dabbles in art as well on his own time, drawing all sorts of odd caricatures with a strange and distinct style.
You can catch Nicolas streaming at https://www.twitch.tv/oxysofts occasionally as well!
Most importantly, while not everyone on our dev team streams, they’re just as important and if you’d like to know a little more about them or follow them on twitter, please head over to our About Us page! It’s slightly under construction at this moment, but we’re working on it slowly but surely!
Until next time Nano-keepers!