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Her Majesty's Spiffing!

I’ve recently been doing some bits and bobs for a website called Xbox Sector–mainly opinion articles, much like on my own blog, but I also write news articles and more recently: reviews. 1,279 more words


INTERVIEW - In Conversation With Francesco and Maurizio De Angelis (Detective Gallo, Footprints Games)

By Marty Mulrooney

Detective Gallo is a point-and-click, comic-noir adventure created by Footprints Games that is entirely hand-illustrated and hand-animated. Players take control of Detective Gallo, a feathered and grumpy private eye struggling with a very tricky case involving a multiple plant murder. 970 more words


Recently Played: Projector Face

I actually played this a month or so ago, but didn’t get a chance to organize my thoughts until now. It’s a bit odd, considering the brevity of this game, but it took me a long time to decide on how I wanted to approach writing this. 517 more words

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A Different Kind of Overwatch

Back when I was studying programming for the first time, I spent most of my hours not programming at all. In fact, I played through most of my time in the labs, including replaying the original Monkey Island. 182 more words


Message Quest Review

Developer: Royal Troupe
Publisher: Royal Troupe
Played on: PC
Release Date: October 22, 2015
Time Played (Steam): 1.4 hours
Paid: $1.97

Short games present an interesting conundrum.  1,319 more words


Day #317: Balloon Diaspora

It’s become a running joke at this point just how terrible 2016 has been, with all of the political strife and deaths of beloved public figures.   455 more words

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So after getting balls deep into development with MANTRA:The Forbidden Scroll using the TWINE engine, I decided to switch over to Construct 2 so that I can publish the game directly to mobile devices as well as browser. 132 more words