The Washington Times has the latest news about the development of a video game titled “Self Credit Builder”.
It was developed by a self-described “citizen video gamer” named Chris Odom, who says he’s “kind of looking for the ultimate self credit game”, according to the Times.
He says he “has been playing a lot of video games” since the age of seven, and that his goal is to create “an amazing and fun game”.
Odom says he has already received several submissions, and is currently working on the game’s engine and programming.
But Odom is only able to pay his employees by selling his own game, with which he hopes to launch “a game that is really fun and makes money for the creators.”
While Odom says his video game is still in development, he’s hoping to release the game “in the near future”, with a goal to have it “available for the general public” by June 2020.