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CIU Week 6; Social Media

Let’s get this straight; I love social media. Social media is 10/10. Social media is alright by me. I also think social media gets a fairly bad rap. 505 more words


Follow-Up to “Crash Course (ep. 34) – FEZ”

I’m coming to terms with the realization that I’m drifting away from being a “completionist”.

When I was younger (and had more free time to devote to the act), I relished the feeling of glorious accomplishment for fully dismantling a video game. 1,121 more words


Crash Course (ep. 34) - FEZ

A 2D platformer in a 3D world that features a dimension-shattering game mechanic and a nifty hat.


I contributed very little to my completion of FEZ

Immediately, that title might seem odd because I really did play the game. I really did get the 64 cube ending. I pushed all the buttons and shifted all the perspectives. 566 more words

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From The AP Party: When Twitter Trolling Alienates Creators, It Ruins the Fun for Everyone

I wrote a piece over at The AP Party on the effects social media trolling has had on some of our best content creators. Click the link below for the full story. 59 more words


Indie Game the Movie / Web Junkie - Double Documentary Review

Over the weekend I watched two ‘web’ based documentary-films on Netflix, so I thought it would be fun to review them together. I’ll try not to drone on too much. 1,022 more words


Indie Game-The bloodsport of Independent Gaming Development

The world of gaming is a competitive sport . In the 2012 Sundance Award winning documentary Indie Game, it is a blood sport.

The movie profiles independent game developers, partners Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes and Phil Fish (of Polytron) and their struggle to get their games completed and into the indie games market.  589 more words

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