With the holidays coming in quickly, it’s time to support your local charities. In case you’ve never heard of Childs Play before, it is a organization that raises millions of dollars in donations of toys, games, books and cash for sick kids in childrens hospitals all over the world. We here at the Behemoth are proud sponsers of this event and encourage you to do so as well.
About a week ago here at the Behemoth, we had a little electrical problem. It was sometime in the middle of the day, sometime in the middle of week, (we’re all about the specifics) when all of our power backup units started beeping and going crazy. Glancing over at our network servers we noticed all of the lights were dimming and computers were powering off. We immiedately began shutting off all of our computers and our office went completely electronicless (is that a word?)
After flipping all of our breakers on and off and trying to figure out exactly what the problem was, we realized we were not electricians and did not have any idea what we were doing. One thing of notice was that the panel for the breaker box was very warm to the touch. So we decided it would be best to not power anything back on and call in an electrician. Once we removed the front panel we noticed that one of the main lines running into our office was almost burnt to a crisp. If we had not been in the office when all of this had happened, who knows what might have happened, maybe nothing, but maybe just maybe, something!
In other news, Alien Hominid HD and Castle Crashers development are still underway and we are working hard to get them released as soon as possible.
Happy belated Halloween to everyone. Alien Hominid HD is coming to the Xbox Live Arcade very soon, and it just looks so amazing running in high-definition. In other news, the Behemoth office almost went up in flames, sort of. It was quite the adventure for all of us, you can read the full story here.
Finally thanks to Creston, an awesome Alien Hominid fan, for his AH Jack-O-Lantern. Our little yellow friend looks pretty intense as a pumpkin. Thanks Creston!