State of the Game

Greg Announcement, Heavy Gear Universe, Project Tracking, RPG, Test Pilot Program 10 Comments

Hello, and welcome to our first State of the Heavy Gear Universe Address. We would like to first thank all of our playtesters for their enormous patience while we addressed matters behind-the-scenes and work on revisions based on feedback. To those who might wonder about the state of the game, the answer is yes, Heavy Gear is returning to the …

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Ongoing Progress

Jason Project Tracking 4 Comments

We have a short update this week. Greg and I are working on getting our online store up and running. We’ve hit a few small snags, but the store should be online about the time the Test Pilot patches arrive.  The Test Pilot patches are currently in production and should arrive sometime next week. In addition to the online store, …

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Arkana Returns

Greg Heavy Gear Universe, Project Tracking, RPG 4 Comments

Welcome back to Arkana, the Arkrite blog. We’ve been on hiatus over the summer, but rest assured work continues on Heavy Gear Universe. If you were at GenCon, and had a discriminate eye, you might have noticed a tiny poster—tiny, but great. It featured Arkrite Press’ first new artwork of a Heavy Gear, and fittingly, it’s a true classic, the …

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Jungle Drums

Greg Heavy Gear Universe, Project Tracking, RPG, Timeline 6 Comments

Hi everyone, To update you on Rumble in the Jungle, it’s still in post production. There are a few back-end items that we’re still setting up but Rumble in the Jungle should be ready sometime after I get back from a conference I’m attending in Montreal this week. And here’s a little teaser to thank you for bearing with us as we …

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Rumble in the Jungle

Greg Heavy Gear Universe, Project Tracking, RPG 19 Comments

One of the main points of this site is to allow you to check the progress on our projects. The above graphic displays three projects currently in development and the approximate completion of work on the two main parts of the work that needs to be done. Of course, writing and art are very general terms which are umbrellas for …

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