Get on a computer and go play this game. Bear the vision of, help recognise and raise up a pro-black, pro-trans exploratory world.Read More A Pro-Black, Pro-Trans game.
confusion, animation styles and artistic experience in a forgotten game experimentRead More A Short Piece On Short Peace: Ranko Tsukigime’s Longest Day
Sometimes, a game is very close to home, and that’s a weird thing to deal with.Read More No Longer Home: Queer Times at LudoNarraCon
In this game you can play as a muscular queer woman at one point flirting at a bar, the next kicking down doors to find your gay doctor’s secret lab.Read More Love Shore: Queer times at LudoNarraCon
A jazz-synth, cyber sci-fi game that puts its themes first.Read More Review: Don’t Forget Me
Interview with Taylor Swietanski, creator of the acclaimed experimental adventure game THAT NIGHT, STEEPED BY BLOOD RIVER, about music, making games and looking to the past.Read More Interview: Taylor Swietanski, creator of ‘THAT NIGHT, STEEPED BY BLOOD RIVER’
Experiencing grief in a dream space.Read More A Hollowed Out Dream
a lot is made of sticking with a game, or any artistic media, by people who found certain deeply rewarding experiences with it, and yeah, sometimes that’s legit, but it’s also totally legit to just, not. With narcolepsy and ADHD I find it hard to do anything if its not plenty interesting, and if I’m […]Read More a list of games I didn’t finish even though they are acclaimed because they were boring, annoying or too hard.
A day out touring the galleries and e-girl stores in Second LifeRead More A day in the second life
A fun toolset for making worlds in 3D using the assets and functions from the games of Kate Barrett.Read More GlitchOut GameTools: Kate Labs
there was a game called the untouchable zoo. you had to play it if you had been outside for too long. they would show you all these animals and then ask you to touch the screen. until you got it, that you couldn’t touch what was on screen. but some kids didn’t get it because […]Read More the untouchable zoo