I have no idea what happened to James North aftr he closed up shop. I
haven't talked to the man by phone or via e-mail in four years. So
really have nothing more to say on that subject.
Although, I admit Monkey Business was to say the least interesting.
The storyline was a bit off the wall, but the various settings like
the jungle, Aztec temple, wild west, etc were all cool ideas.

On 10/18/10, Petr Bláha <hammet...@seznam.cz> wrote:
>   Hello Thomas, and do you know what happened with James Nord? I loved
> monkey busyness and alien outback, especialy monkey busyness was one of
> the best games with lots of interesting ideas - although the story was -
> hm - how to say that - poor. But maps like astec temple, or surf'n turf,
> were full of interesting ideas - areas etc.
> So i thing that it is realli pity that james no longer develope games
> for the blind gamers community.
> On the other hand, there was lot of flaming on him, so i understand that
> he is not present on any mailing list of blind gamers community.

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