Interesting games on March 29


I’m a big fan of for the freedom and open platform that it allows for developers to be creative, experimental, and directly canvas the audience for feedback for games that are not yet ready for primetime on Steam and its ilk. In addition, allows you to be transgressive,…

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Ten ways to get more Shakespeare into games


List by Matt S. Playing through Ryan North’s To Be Or Not To Be this last week has reminded me of just how infrequently we see Shakespeare used as source material in video games. There are more Tom Clancy video games than Shakespeare video games, and even if I was…

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