So how's that for weird when total strangers call you up because they found you somewhere on the internet? I guess it only shows how my fame is spreading. Soon my armies will march across the land and I will bend it to my will. Till then, free games are always spiffy and I'm always happy to help out people who have the cajones to take the risk and pursue their dreams. He seemed surprised from the way I was prattling on and how many gaming pies I had fingers in that I wasn't some sort of industry person working for a gaming company. That sounds like a nice idea, but I just don't think I could be enough of a risk taker to give it a whirl.
In case anyone is interested in finding out about the game, it's called Fuddy Duddy and seems to have a pretty simple mechanic. He said he would be bringing over a big bunch of them so if you're interested in getting a copy that you will promise to play with friends or with gaming groups or whatever, drop me a comment. If we don't support these sort of indie efforts all we end up having in the end is the crap sort of games at Toys R Us and the like.