GCG stands for "Great Cooperative Games". We are a unofficial group that produces virtual entertainment software or video games. Here at GCG Games we have two members Will whom is the artist. He does 3d modeling, concept, and 2d art. He is mainly a expert in Maya but also uses 3d Max. Then there is also Chris who does the programming, he uses C/C++, Lua , Java , and (rarely) C# , (computer languages )for (what we will explain as) game code, and the SFML multimedia API ( http://www.sfml-dev.org/ ) for graphics, sound, and networking. Both of us also have experience with Valve’s “Source SDK” engine, and Yoyo game’s “Game Maker 8”. We hope to complete a game engine and create a game with it sometime in the future. To follow our progress please check out our development video logs: http://www.youtube.com/user/GCGGAMES
3d Modeling: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3D_modeling
3D Max: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autodesk_3ds_Max
GCG games was originally created by Chris. Chris also works with the coding of the games of GCG. Will is the Artist and Mapper for GCG. Will is also in charge of keeping the GCG website up and running (web development). GCG will also be recruiting another person to help with our coding. At GCG we accept new members that can help us with our game making. If you think you can help in any way possible (Artist, Programmer, ect.) please email us at: email@example.com.
To make our games downloadable we will host some of our games on a website where you can download them, and for the mods we will try to host them on mod DB ( http://www.moddb.com/ ).However most of our games are available for download at the links page on our site.
The blog tells about how we came up with the website and the company. It also tells about how we found the people to join the company.
The forums is a place where people can chat about random topics, game feedback, game ideas, and some addons for the games.
GCG has plans to create some video tutorials on coding, and we are also going to create some trailers and gameplay videos for our games and mods. We also post our progress through means of videos on You Tube. Check out our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/GCGGAMES .
When you register to this website you can become a member of the GCG community and add friends to your profile. You can also post messages on your account.
The news page is where people can view upcoming events, website updates, and new game and mod announcements. People can also view what is happening with some of the GCG staff.