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28 August 2017
So this is a topic we’ve been needing to cover lately. I wanted to wait for the appropriate time, and while Wonder Wickets is in a calmer moment, I think now’s about right.
When I (Nick) started Mydhilde, it was mostly a learning experience, but over time, it grew into a larger, more serious project. I even pulled William in as my co-writer / co-dev and threw down my own funds to launch Rightstick Studios as an official business.

I didn’t realize it until a few months into working on Wonder Wickets, but Mydhilde is a whopping mess, and I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I set myself up to make a game far larger than I could handle, we could never settle on concepts and mechanics, and I threw myself into a never-ending spiral of re-making everything from scratch (I was on the 3rd re-make of just about every system in the game).

The reality is that as much as we treated Mydhilde as a professional project, it was never going to become anything more than a hobbyist project.

That being said, Mydhilde is not dead, but being shelved for a while. When we’re done with Wonder Wickets, Rightstick Studios will be moving away from Game Maker: Studio and starting work on another game title, in a different engine. William and I both want to return to Mydhilde someday, but we want to have more resources and manpower before it comes back to life.

Nick Roger CEO of Rightstick Studios
I'm not usually sure about things, but the first moment I picked up video games, when I first started drawing, and when I first learned how to animate, that's when I was certain what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. Drawing, designing, creating, animation, programming, and working with others with the same passions, gives me life and keeps me chugging. I'm an avid fan of positivity, unique ideas, upbeat music, and radically cute things. As CEO of Rightstick Studios, I hope to drive this company with the raw power of creativity and innovation, and create media that our consumers appreciate and hold dear to their hearts.
William J Goodwater II COO of Rightstick Studios
What I do isn't glamorous in the game development world, but I keep us moving forward as a company and a team. I have always had a passion for science, technology, and the way of moving forward. When I Met Nick Roger it was a quick friendship that blossomed into a partnership. brought a set of fresh eyes to Nicks work, sorting out the inconsistencies in the natural world for Nick, bringing together my knowledge of many categories of Science to forge stories and worlds together. Storytelling, Fact Checking, and good old business sense, I push Rightstick forward in my own ways. I never thought I would ever have enough talent for all of this.
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