Jeffery Simpson

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About Jeffery Simpson

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  • Birthday 10/16/1978

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  1. This is all so great! It's always amazing to see how talented The Long Dark's players are. We may share some of these for future #FanArtFridays!
  2. Hey Welcome, I'm glad to hear that you're enjoying The Long Dark. Welcome to the forums, the players here are all helpful and friendly. Enjoy yourself here, and in the Quiet Apocalypse.
  3. Be safe @Jimmy and thank you for everything you're doing for your community. I can't imagine how hard it is both putting yourself in danger, and also having to deal with what's happening to others.
  4. Welcome! I was in New Zealand about five years ago for a few weeks and absolutely loved it. Hope you're keeping well and thanks for joining us in The Long Dark.
  5. It's good to see that everyone is doing okay. Hopefully we all can make it through this together, in our small way that we are together here on the forums and in our community, and by practicing social distancing and taking care and precautions. I'm in BC which is the western province in Canada, and live in a small city called White Rock about an hour south of Vancouver. It's right on the US/CAN border I can literally see America from my home. Typically I commute into the studio via transit, it takes about an hour and a half each way on a bus and then our Skytrain. However I was ill for m
  6. Hey @kristaok, Sorry to hear that you're having a hard time of things. I certainly know what it's like to feel anxious, to worry about things and to let those worries become bigger than the problems. We like being able to have problems we can solve right away like "I'm cold" or "There's a wolf after me" which give us a clear path forward. This social isolation which is the clear path forward, unfortunately leaves us with a lot more time to dwell on the negatives and the worries than say running away from a wolf. If you can please reach out to someone in your area who deals with
  7. Coffee sounds good. Also as a demonstration of how software isn't perfect (yet) here are things my photo app decided were "Eskimo Dogs". The baby geese are cute, but boy are they mean. The wallabies are also very cute, but not exactly Huskies.
  8. This is Max, our Miniature Schnauzer. I don't think this was the first time he encountered snow, but it's certainly the most he's ever come across.
  9. Welcome to the forums @Abz! It's always great to see new faces around here, not that there's anything wrong with the old ones. Congratulations on graduating from our game art course as well!
  10. Welcome! It's great to see new faces around here sharing their love of The Long Dark.
  11. Welcome to the forums! It's always great to see a new survivor.
  12. Lazy is perfectly fine. I live in a small city called White Rock which is basically a suburb of Vancouver Canada.
  13. Environments in The Long Dark are inspired by the majestic Canadian wilderness. We’d like to highlight some great Canadian National Parks you can visit to experience nature in a less virtual way. This week, Fundy National Park. Photo: Andrea Schaffer Located on the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick the park features a rugged coastline which rises up to the Canadian Highlands. It gets the highest tides in the world and has more than 25 waterfalls. One of Canada’s smallest National Parks it covers an area of 207 km2 along Goose Bay. Despite being one the nation
  14. That's a great screenshot, that probably took a lot of time to make! Great job @piddy3825 !
  15. Thanks for joining us and it's great to hear that you're enjoying the game. We hope you get as much out of joining us here as you clearly do playing the game!