Da Spokesman and The Awesomeness League is officially shared amongst the people of the state of Alabama.
Today the project was feature on Al.com with the publishing by Kay Campbell. I will share some excerpts from the article and give a link to where the article can be viewed.
Here is the snippet from the article and if you would like to read more, click here
“Stargell has assembled his own team to bring The International Awesomeness League to life with cartooning and programming. He has built several websites to launch his game, comic book, comedy bookings and motivational work. Despite the time it takes, with his wife, Sasha, to raise his two daughters, both younger than 3, he manages to keep plugging away at his dream – not unlike the sturdy little character that charges around the square sets of his video games. ”
‘Games can be used to build critical thinking skills, especially when the player is in control of their character’
“After all, as his video game character learns, you gain more powers as you struggle – especially when you manage to keep humor in the midst of the fights. Or as one of the characters in “Major League,” the edition of the game in which Da Spokesman is in college, puts it if a player clicks on her: “I sometimes feel like I’m in a video game.” ”
The link to read the rest of the article can be found by clicking here.
It is an honor to be selected to be written about in a newspaper and I can only imagine what our journey will have in store for the future.
Again thank you all and especially Ms. Kay Campbell and AL.com for posting an article on us. Remember everyone to take an opportunity each day to Unleash Your Inner Awesomeness.
Take Care and God Bless,
Greg “Da Spokesman” Stargell
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