Wednesday, March 13, 2013

A New Stargate Game

You might be wondering why I am providing news about a game related to a television show. First, I contributed to the game's storyline. Since the game's producer is my friend, he invited me to inject a few ideas. Second, the game's producer is also the producer for a potential Raising Dragons movie. If this game launch is successful, he will be in a much better position to secure funding for the movie.

The game launches on March 14 for Apple iOS systems (iPhone and iPad), and the company will add Android systems next week. The game will expand to other platforms during the next couple of months.

Here is a link to the company's website -

The game app costs only $4.99. I hope you will do what you can to support the effort and share the news with your friends.


Anonymous said...

What program do you use to write your books? Everything always looks so professional. Love your books! :)

Bryan Davis said...

I use Microsoft Word. I'm not sure what programs the publisher uses.

Anonymous said...

Really?! That's amazing! How do you get the awesome borders?

Bryan Davis said...

I don't do that part. The publisher formats it.

Lily said...

Is there an official song with music for Bonnie's Song? We are singing a variation of Pslam 139 in my choir, and it made wonder.

Bryan Davis said...

I don't know of any official music for it. If someone wants to compose music for it, I would like to hear it.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Davis, I wanted to share your poem "Guns and Hoses" with some friends, but I can't find it on your Facebook page. Could you post a link for me?


Bryan Davis said...

Guns and Hoses
Bryan Davis

My father took my BB gun
I really don’t know why
I only used it as I should
You know I’d never lie.

I hit a can with one fine shot
What could be wrong with that?
Must be because the can was on
The Greely’s stupid cat.

I shot the can; it woke her up
Around the house she flew
It’s not my fault; I didn’t know
How much one cat could do.

Ms. Greely had a candle shop
In a little shack out back
The cat streaked through; her fluffy tail
Got soaked with melted wax

In her fear she kept on flying
For me it was a thrill
But then she jumped for Mr. Greely
Just as he lit the grill

The flames jumped high into the air
Catching her coated tail
It caught on fire and made a torch
She made a smoky trail

Into the house and behind the drapes
She hid, that scaredy-cat
The drapes burned up, she ran again
She dashed this way then that

First the sofa and then the beds
Went up in fire and smoke
Soon the house was engulfed in flames
Now it was time I spoke

I ran to Mom and yelled real loud
“Quick, call 911!”
“The Greely’s cat is setting fires!”
“Shall I shoot it with my gun?”

Mom called for help, the trucks all came
The fire was out like that
The house was gone but they did save
One tired and toasted cat

But then my dad came up to me
And asked me lots of stuff
“But all I did was shoot a can!”
I guess that was enough

So now I sit without my gun
Knowing next time that
My aim won’t be an old tin can
I’ll just shoot the stupid cat

Anonymous said...

How much will it cost to make a (potential) movie for Raising Dragons?

Bryan Davis said...

Probably about $20 million.

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Mr. Davis! I emailed it to my friends, and I just know it'll make them laugh.

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr. Davis

This might be a really weird (and possibly unanswerable question)but what do you hope the actor for Bonnie in the Raising Dragons film will be like? I guess I mean what kind of person do you want to have play Bonnie?

Bryan Davis said...

I think the actress will have to understand Christian faith and be able to display it with passion.