The first booth we hit was the Crashnauts booth. Crashnauts is an indie video game, produced by some friends of mine, that is currently pre-alpha. Despite being so early in development, the pre-alpha version of the game was very playable and a ton of fun! The demo featured 4-player free-for-all game play. Of course I got the trash beaten out of me, but I still had fun losing! The graphics are great, smooth controls, and a nice selection of weapons. There's even an awesome Mortal Combat announcer that gives the game a nice touch. Support local artists and check out their website at Crashnauts.com.
No Comic Con is complete without celebs! We had the honor of attending the Cary Elwes panel. He really is a stand up guy and just as entertaining in person as he is on the big screen. He recently starred in Granite Flats, a local Utah television show on BYU Television. I really wish I had waited in line to ask him a question. Maybe when we go see Bruce Cambell tomorrow I will ask him a question. What would you ask Bruce? What would you ask Cary?So that's about it for Thursday. We'll head back for more tomorrow, but I can't promise a post that night, but we'll see.