Back in 2014 a tongue-in-cheek "Men of Game Development" calendar was given out as a reward to select backers of developer Dan Teasdale's Kickstarter for Super Drake Tracker 2000 EX, a mobile app designed to
stalk track the movements of a (now former) Harmonix employee who traveled a lot.
Years later, Teasdale and his Seattle-based indie studio No Goblin are looking to Kickstart the fourth annual version of that calendar, which is now a standalone enterprise, and it's a notable opportunity for developers interested in supporting their compatriots by paying for photos of them in various states of undress.
The latest round of developers enlisted to appear in its pages include talent from studios large and small, including Bungie, DrinkBox and Naughty Dog, as well as independent contractors like composer Ben Prunty (FTL, Gravity Ghost.)
For a full list of this year's participants, as well as further details on how much money you need to put down to get a giant 20' x30' (or larger) canvas print of an artfully-posed participant past or present on your wall, head over to the Men of Game Development 2017 Calendar Kickstarter page.