I sometimes make games!
Here's the round-up from between the 30th of March and the 12th of April, 2019.
I've started Game Mastering a Star Wars table-top RPG set in the Old Republic/pre-Mandalorian Wars era, and it's one of my favourite things right now.
I approached Ida Toft a few weeks ago with the idea of doing an interview on their art and research practice. I met Ida Toft at Concordia University, where I'm currently finishing an
If you're looking for an inventory system in Twine 2's default Harlowe Story Format, I have here a fairly simple system which I wrote for my incomplete Myst Jam twine game.
Storified for convenience. I think. Because there are many tweets, click the big Read Next Page button when you reach the end. Update May 2018: Storify shut down. I exported the tweets, but
January is not usually a productive month for me, so I'm very happy to report that I've done lots of things this January! If I were to qualify my overall mood this month,
I have been using Twine 1.4.2 almost exclusively since it was released, and have not had time to properly explore Twine 2. As such, this article is concerned with using 1.
This past weekend I was a participant in GAMERella, a game jam aimed at women and beginners, whose mission is to foster a safer space where game jamming can happen in a fun,
This morning I sat in the Palais des Congrès room 519 at the Montréal International Games Summit. I was attending a seminar run by Alex Epstein from COMPULSION GAMES. The extraordinary A accompanied