When I was younger, my parents would tell me to turn off my Atari 2600 or my Nintendo because I was staring at the TV for too long. I remember one time in particular in which my father said something to the effect that it would ruin my eyes to play for so many hours . . . → Read More: Limiting Screen Time for Your Kids Isn’t Necessary?
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 about . . . → 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.