Monthly Archives: July 2013

Some non-game related thoughts on Superman (and one kind of rushed game-related one)

As much of a shock as it may be, someone who writes way, way too much about video games also often has way, way too many thoughts on other mediums. I want to take a second to deviate from my … Continue reading

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Play It By Trust, Yoko Ono

Yoko Ono’s Play It By Trust is an example of how conceptual art can be a game. Or it could be an example of how a game can be used as conceptual art depending on where you start from when … Continue reading

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Dream of an Acacia Tree

So not a lot of posts lately. This has largely been because I’ve been busy working on grad school stuff and also learning a few game-making tools. In particular this week I’ve been teaching myself Twine, and I have to … Continue reading

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