When I was younger, I loved the challenge of sneaking around the house during the holidays to find my Christmas presents before Christmas Day.
I like I think I was pretty good about it, too. I would sometimes find the already-wrapped boxes above the china cabinet or in my parents’ dresser.
Once I . . . → Read More: Merry Christmas!
If I love anything more than a good game, it’s people writing about their experiences with a good game.
The stories we tell about games are often more fascinating than the stories made for games.
I’m thinking of Fansy the Famous Bard of EverQuest, or a riveting story I can’t find now . . . → Read More: Geek Out with Me: A News Feed for Sim City 4
Available now in the Google Play store, the leaf raking business simulation game Toytles: Leaf Raking puts you in the role of a budding entrepreneur looking to earn enough money to buy yourself the Ultimate Item(tm)!
During the 90 days before winter, you’ll:
Seek out neighbors who need your services and turn them into . . . → Read More: Announcing: Toytles: Leaf Raking, Now Available on Google Play
After over nine months of development, I finally had a game I felt good about brave enough to release to the world.
My major goal was to release the app on the Google Play store first to get a sense of what the process is like and to get direct knowledge about the customers . . . → Read More: Published on Google Play? Kinda. Not Really.
No, Video Games Aren’t Art. We’re BETTER by Spiderweb Software’s Jeff Vogel is an alpha strike against…I guess people who talk about games as an art form?
While I don’t disagree with many of his points, I don’t think it ever really lands home the argument that games are somehow “SuperArt,” beyond mere art and . . . → Read More: Nah, I Think I’ll Still Call Games Art