So Meditations launched yesterday, I think, over here. http://meditations.games/
There’s a pretty expansive Twitter discourse right now about the way credits work for it - right now, when you see the day’s game, you’ll see the credits for the game first, but otherwise, there’s no grand list of contributors for the 350+ games that will show up over the coming year. Rami Ismail, who put the thing together, has said the reasons for this are a combination of not wanting unfairness (the person(s) whose game releases January 1st shouldn’t have their credits visible all year while the person(s) whose game releases on December 31st gets a single day’s credit), some people wanting their games to be surprises, and, for me, the most interesting (?) point, that some might have legal or personal reasons for not wanting their credits up before the day they’re supposed to be.
I’m curious to hear Waypoint folks’ take on it. The last point I mentioned above sticks in my mind; while there’s been folks on Twitter saying they weren’t aware this was how the credits would work when they agreed to be a part of the project, I can’t imagine Rami just pulling that line of argument from thin air.
(Also hey if anyone has checked these games out or has general thoughts on the project I’d love to hear those, too)