Warbird Games, the indie studio that has already succesfully kickstarted Jack Houston and the Necronauts, is aiming to create something point-and-clickable using a ton of models and copious amounts of stop-motion animation. Here's Stacy Davidson to enlighten us:
So, who are Warbird Games?
Warbird Games is just me, myself and I. However, I have a few friends in various industries with whom I consult and occasionally hire. In the case of Jack Houston, I have recently partnered with developer Cerulean Games to provide programming support. I've also involved several artists who have contributed concept artwork, namely Patrick Reilly who conceptualized Jack and painted the poster, along with Mitchell Malloy, Giacomo Tappainer and Mike Oliver. The music is composed by Iain Kelso, who won an award for his score on the last movie we worked on together and whose talents in setting a riveting space opera to music is incomparable.