The Story of 3twins: Part 10

This post is Part 10 in an ongoing series about the history of our company. If you need to catch up, here is Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5Part 6Part 7Part 8, and Part 9.

Up until this point in this series about the history of 3twins, I’ve primarily talked about our stories, but just as important in our progression as a company are the people who have made contributions along the way. So I’d like to jump back in our timeline to talk about how various people joined the team. Read more

Hatman and Action-Adventure Games: Part 2


Welcome to part two of my series on action-adventure games. If you missed it or just want to re-read it before this one, you can check out part one here.

As I mentioned in part one of this series, action-adventure games are one of my favorite genres in video games. In the early-2000’s, in fact, I couldn’t get enough of the comic-based games in this genre. Then, with 3twins venture into making video games and the immense success and popularity of the Batman: Arkham series, Andy and I started discussing early plans for Hatman to take such an outing. Hit the jump for more!

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The Etiquette and Protocol of Spoilers

Be Ye Warned

Seriously, SPOILERS!!

…still reading?
Good, moving on then….

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NEW Hatman Character Concept-Punny

Punny concept

This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the first Hatman & Indigo comic we published on! And, in celebration, we are working hard to bring you new Hatman issues this year. We’ve been devoting a lot of time to our game for the past couple of years and, though it might seem like our flagship IP has sat on the shelf for a while, we’re dusting it off and bringing it back better than ever!

As such, we’re developing a TON of new characters, and today I’d like to introduce you to a new Leprechaun character: Punny the Canadian Leprechaun.  Hit the jump to learn a bit more about Punny. Read more

Final Fantasy: A Look Back and Final Fantasy VII Reborn, Part 1


On January 31, 1997, the video game industry was changed forever with the release of one game: Final Fantasy VII by Squaresoft. It has been considered the most revolutionary game of all time and the forefather of every role-playing game currently developed for any system. Now almost 20 years later, rumor, innuendo, and crumbs of fact have alluded to a remake, and fans are sitting on the edge of their seats waiting to dive back into the world of Midgar with Cloud and his band of cohorts, saving the world from a impending catastrophe. But let’s take a look back from the beginning. Read more

Hatman and Action-Adventure Games: Part 1


Action-Adventure games are one of my favorite genres in video games. My all-time favorite video-game series is The Legend of Zelda, which falls under this category, but I also love the Batman: Arkham series of games by Rocksteady, as well as some of the
Radical Entertainment and Activision offerings of Marvel character games from the last decade that featured popular comic characters like Hulk and Spider-Man. It was the love of these types of games, which take comic book properties in a fun direction and give players an immersive experience, that led Andy and me to start talking about turning our comic property into a similar style game. Hit the jump for more! Read more

Turning to Face Some Changes


This last week we had to say goodbye to some wonderful entertainers. On Monday, the music and movie world was sad to hear of the passing of David Bowie, the influential British glam rock musician and Goblin King.

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We Bare Bears and Representation

chloe sits in a classroom full of diverse college students.

We Bare Bears is a really delightful Cartoon Network show that started in 2015. It’s about three adopted bear brothers: Ice Bear, Grizzly, and Panda, who navigate living together and being a part of human society. One of their good friends is a young girl named Chloe, who is Korean-American. Read more

The Master Magician


Today I bring you the design for The Master Magician.  He is the head of the Wizard Council, a human, and quite possibly the most powerful person in all of Midieville. Read more

The Creative Minds of

Inquiring Minds

“Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes, the ones who see things differently; they change things; they push the human race forward . . . because the ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do. “ ~Jack Kerouac Read more