Game Developer Takes 7-Year-Old Kid's Lego Design And Puts It Into The Game As A Birthday Present
from the being-awesome dept
Hi Martin,The company then created a cool invite for Zias to come visit them, and telling him they'd make his lego level into a real game level.
I don’t have much marketing material except for some digital flyers. But I thought it would be nice if Zias could make a Lego level for us, which we would rebuild and put back in the actual game. The level will have his name and be put on Steam.
Not sure if this can be arranged, but would that be a nice present?
The whole story is yet another example of content creators going above and beyond what's "necessary" to be both awesome and human. The more you look, the more you find great stories like this, and it begins to make you wonder why so many companies simply go in the opposite direction.