Category Archives: Video Games

I’m LPing Grand Theft Auto III

If you’re a frequent reader of this blog or my Twitter, you know that I’m constantly flirting with making video content. I have the capture card, I have the microphone, and so now I’m committing myself to making a Let’s … Continue reading

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Epanalepsis Dev Log #1

As I get closer to releasing Epanalepsis, I am going to be making posts over at the official Epanalepsis blog about what I’m thinking about, how I’m designing the game, etc etc etc. The first is called “Narrative Lessons from Anton Chigurh.”

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#clonejamCMRN starts soon!

James Earl Cox has been running a series of game jams where the goal is to “clone” (in style, tone, etc) the games of independent developers. I feel super lucky and grateful that he has put me on that list … Continue reading

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Released: Welcome to the Dress-Up of the Real

If you’re a frequent reader of this blog you know that I have a healthy fascination with Slavoj Žižek, the famed Slovenian philosopher whose work on Hegel, Lacan, and contemporary capitalism has spread across the world and the internet like wildfire … Continue reading

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On Timesplitters 2

A little while ago I wrote about Timesplitters, the Playstation heir to the design minds and concepts that delivered the ultimate party game of the end of history (the 1990s), Goldeneye. Now, based on some voting from my Patreon users, I’m taking you … Continue reading

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Announcing: Micromolar

I’m incredibly pleased to announce Micromolar. Micromolar is a collaborative media creation unit comprised of HNT/KNZLMN. We make interactive art, video art, music, and other forms of contemporary “oh wow” kind of stuff. You can see our first piece, Ovis Baggi, here. … Continue reading

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Destiny’s Raid Is Interesting Because It Is A Game

I was reading this phenomenal (really, just great) interview that Kirk Hamilton did with Luke Smith, a designer on Destiny‘s Vault of Glass raid, and I was struck by the following questions and answers: It’s funny, there are fourteen unique ways … Continue reading

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