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Welcome to Twisted Mind Games. Our team is currently working on Day of the Aliens, a 2D graphical point-and-click adventure game.

Currently we aren't in need of new team members, however we are considering the possibility of including voice acting. If you are interested in being a voice actor let us know.
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The Day of the Aliens project is back on track. In mid-2007 we re-launched the project with a new and devoted team. We are no longer working on a demo, but are instead focusing on completing the full game of DOTA. A weekly updated estimate of our progress can be seen below:

Day of the Aliens Progress

June Progress Report
Posted by: James on July 5, 2008 at 12:37PM GMT - 0 Comments
With everyone's exams over and on summer break we're starting to make a lot of progress again. Background art is progressing at a steady pace, but what will really take the most time is all the character animations we'll need.

If you're interested in helping with concept artwork (sketching character/locations, or drawing animation frames) or composing music, that would be useful, so feel free to let us know.

Site Updated
Posted by: James on February 24, 2008 at 6:30PM GMT - 2 Comments
Following the progress the game has been making recently, the site is now completely up to date. All the info around the site has been updated, and we now have a weekly progress chart.

As more of the game is completed we'll be adding content like screenshots from the game Smile

Merry Christmas
Posted by: Steve on December 25, 2007 at 6:41AM GMT - 4 Comments
The DOTA team wishes each and everyone a very merry christmas!

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3 years
Posted by: Das Mole on May 31, 2006 at 10:22PM GMT - 2 Comments
So I realized that DOTA recently had its three-year "anniversary".

At least, the first member(s) of the forums did on May 19.

I'm glad that we're still forging ahead after all this time Smile

Spam Bots
Posted by: James on March 21, 2006 at 2:12AM GMT - 1 Comment
To counter the spam bot attacks on the forums, guests can no longer post on any of the forums. Unfortunately, if you want to post something, you'll now have to register. This will stop the spam bots, as registration contains a verification image.

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