$20 million dollars; 10 years to live. What do you do?
I keep right on making and playing videogames. Videogames are important. The hard part is working out how to spend as much time with my family as possible and still make them. Maybe work-from-home or something like that. In fact, I'd probably do the Chris Crawford thing, and try my hand at interactive fiction, but I'd take a much different approach then he does.
Something I keep mentioning - I was burned out on videogames, then I read Richard Powers Plowing The Dark, and that gave me a whole new outlook. The poetry of virtual space. Keeps me going.
In other news, I made Blogged Out. Woo!