In Dick’s writing the idea of bleak, desolate planets were the horror that the people in his worlds were trying to escape from, now they are the sandboxes in which we play.Read More No Man’s Sky: Through A Screen, Dully
I have had Kara Stone’s game the earth is a better person than me on my desktop for about 2 years now. I only played it once, the day before yesterday. Why did it take so long? I do know the answer to that, but it’s not one I like. I was scared. Scared to […]Read More the earth is a better person than me: what do you want, player?
Return of the Obra Dinn really overestimates how much I’m willing to sympathise with a member of the East India CompanyRead More Return of the Obra Dinn: Trash, boring, Orientalist crap
Paradox states that disabilities are represented ‘as respectfully as possible.’ This is unfortunately untrue.Read More Crusader Kings 3: Eugenics at Play
At the close of this longest of summers, in The Gardens Between are those feelings for the friends we’ve lost along the way.Read More The Gardens Between is the end of my summer
abstract painting on recently played games. building, construction, demolition, loss. games alongside each other.Read More 5 painted game reviews. building and destroying.
Maskless, a beautiful pixel art exploration, by Kultisti presents an interesting dialogue, between the literal physical confrontation with masks, and the psychosocial idea of covering your self.Read More ‘Maskless’ and the tangled Western image of masks
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.
review of June Flower’s Remnants, made with remnants of other artworks.Read More Abstract Review of Remnants by June Flower
Review by paint – flavour? discomfort.Read More a painted response to 4 small. unsettling. games.