Richard Hofmeier saw the sign a little over a year ago when he first visited the restaurant, then located in the Orian brothers' home in Eugene's funky Whiteaker neighborhood. Hofmeier wondered if the Orians would be interested in anything he had or could make.
Hofmeier, 28, was constantly bringing projects back to his Eugene gallery, Ink Thirsty, and the cast of characters who worked or hung out there. They'd done video games before - if there's a hulking lump under a drop cloth at Hofmeier's place, that's probably an arcade cabinet. This time he had a wild idea for the guys.
'Let's make a video game and see if we can get free waffles for life.'
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