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I checked out Quing’s Quest VII the other day, originally for work, but I quickly realized it was too full of mature themes and games industry snark to be good for the kids. The entire game is a parody, in which my genderqueer sidekick, … Continue reading
Robots Need Love Too is an iOs puzzle game about two lovestruck robots from Elephant Mouse. In the beginning of Robots Need Love Too, you can choose names, gender, and preferred pronoun for your romantic robots. In addition to the … Continue reading
My new review is up, over on Hardcore Droid: Bik is a point-and-click (er, tap) adventure, offering all the best of the point-and-click genre: There are piles of bizarre items to be picked up and then used in unusual ways, loveable loser … Continue reading
The Silent Age is a point-and-click (I mean, point-and-tap) iOs adventure from House on Fire, a small game studio in Denmark. Joe is a janitor on an average day in 1972, cleaning up on in a high-security government lab when … Continue reading
I can’t stop playing Silicon Sisters’ new game “Everlove”, and the dialogue is probably the main reason.
My boss: Meg, can you come in here? We need a game writer right away! Meg: I think I’ve been waiting years for someone to say that.
I’m writing a piece for Hardcore Droid about my work in games, which is turning out to be surprisingly difficult. I love talking about games but somehow when asked to describe my work and give career advice to future game … Continue reading
What happens when I’m encouraged to write failstate messages… Working on Tokyo Hosto was a great time, and I’m pleased to see it coming together.