Shorah my friends. I have a nice news for all. Recently i have received a request for video about my age, for to see and judge it. Is not a great news if that is from a normal buddy or a simple fan. But the company who have request it is the UBISOFT ENTERTAINEMENT. I have received it only thanks a my knowledge with a member of the support team. They have said me my job is good, for a beginner designer. But the more important is they have said me they are happy to know there are again some funs to apprecied URU and to be continue to create new ages in spite of the age of the game. For that i will to share the congratulations by the Ubisoft with all you developers of ages. Thanks to all for your job, i am sure the Ubisoft team shall approve this extension to their congratulations to all you. They have exhort me to write this into the forum, and now all you can have a smile by one of the team who have developed the first chapter of our favourite world. Down here i added the link to the video who i have posted to the Ubisoft. Is not special, but is the first video i have does by the monitor into my life. Have fun and good job to all.
This is a great video, Jhon, and it is nice to hear that some at Ubisoft are still keeping interest in Uru and its development and whereabouts ... Thanks for sharing the video and for forwarding the beautiful and encouraging compliments by this great company ...
Jhon J., that is fantastic news and it just shows what people can do when they are that into a thing. The Myst ages were my favourite places to be starting from when I first came across MYST: it's a real inspiration to know that so many people feel the same way and are willing to get right and in and keep the dream alive and kicking and expanding!
Btw, the Nexus shows you are using a fairly old version of the Offline KI. It doesn't even have the "Last restoration activity" column in the "Restoration Links" tab (that's an update from April 2012, with Offline KI 3.8). Check out what else your are missing.
I prefer e-mails to "diafero arcor de" (after adding the at and the dot) over PMs.
"Many people's horizon is a circle with a radius of zero. They call it their point of view."