Hehe, had the same thought too. Was wondering how much of his experience as art director translates to the programming side. Didn't know if he started this with a partner or anything...
Now all they need is a programmer and they're all set ;)
Then I looked at the job openings.
So basically the studio has no programmers/engineers?! He must've had a lot of cash from journey and flower, because I don't know who would invest in a game studio that can't even develop a prototype.
All the best of luck, however.
Austin isn't a part of the company, such as Vince Diamante is with thatgamecompany now, and Nick is just an advisor. He's still full-time at TGC.
Cool. But hopefully there's some solid talent elsewhere, because I'd hate to see his art go to waste. Edit: yeah only 3 people in the studio so far.. a composer and advisor. I'm sure they're talking to folks though.
And yeah, what Wario has just said below