A few weeks ago, Bleacher Sports reported on the Jumong project, a “massive community-driven project” that would be “designed to change the way the world perceives and uses video games.”
That story also included a video showing an engineer with the project talking about the idea, which is a nod to the jumong.com domain name.
Now, Bleachers has gotten some good feedback from a former Jumongser, and the site is looking to put some of the concepts behind the project to work.
The project has now been featured in a feature called “Jumong.”
Bleacher’s Jumoon has been running for over a year, and has been working to make its site more open to the public.
In an interview with Bleacher, the former Jumsonger said he started working on the project because he thought he could make something of himself.
“I saw the opportunity for an open, honest, community-supported, community centered platform that was accessible to everyone,” he said.
“When I saw the Jumsongser platform, I decided to try to do that as well.
It’s a very ambitious project, but it’s also the only open platform out there that allows you to play games with your friends and with strangers.”
The project, which launched in early 2016, has since raised $1 million.
The site includes a lot of content, including a “Jumsong” app for Android and iOS, which allows players to join a multiplayer match with other people.
You can also play multiplayer matches in a variety of ways.
“The idea of a community-based platform was just an idea, so it’s a lot easier to say ‘oh, there’s a game, and let’s build this thing,'” the former employee said.
The website is open source, too, and is open to other developers.
It currently features a lot more content than the original Jumsonser, but the former worker told Bleacher that he expects it to grow to include more of the same content over time.
“If it keeps growing and keeps growing, I think it will have the best chance to become a great platform,” he added.
“As time goes on, it’s going to grow into a bigger and bigger platform, and we’ll all be part of that.”
The former Jummongser told Bleachers that the Jummong platform was built around two concepts: the concept of “sociality” and the idea of “empathy.”
“It was always about the people, the communities, the games that we play,” he told Bleaker.
“And we always try to build games that reflect that.”
Bleachers Jumngo was one of the first Jumonsers to focus on building a community around a game.
“We tried to make the community as open and as friendly as possible.
So you don’t want to feel like you’re in the company of other people,” the former staffer said.
He also noted that the community is a key component of the Jumnong project.
“It’s the reason we’re open source,” he explained.
“There are a lot in the code that we don’t share with anyone.”
The Jumsengers also want to bring the platform to more mainstream platforms, such as mobile phones and the Internet.
“A lot of people don’t know how to play on the web,” the engineer said.
In addition to a “jumong” game, the site has other features like “friends” and “chats,” as well as a video chat feature.
There are also the Jumbos, a community of “jumsongers” who are dedicated to the game.
These players often work together to help each other out and share videos of their best jumongs.
“People who have worked on games like Halo or World of Warcraft or Minecraft or League of Legends, they want to work on something that’s a little bit like this,” the employee said, explaining that it is important to keep the site open and inclusive.
The former employee is confident that Jumsungs will continue to grow over time and that Jumon’s developers will eventually “move to mobile.”
“We hope to have Jumson be a huge platform, like Facebook or Instagram or Snapchat, for gamers,” he continued.
“At the end of the day, I just want to make a better jumon, and that’s what I’ve been working on.”