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 over the past twenty years. You might also know that I love to make silly games.

I have combined both of those interests into my new game Welcome To the Dress-Up Of the Real. Drawn by amazing artist James Wragg and scored by Chris Hunt, it is a game about dressing up Slavoj Žižek. Did you know that he loves movies? This game allows you to see how much he really loves them.

You dress him up in clothes from movies.

Click here to play the game.

Additional infos:

1. You can click this link to go to an page where you can pay what you want for a desktop copy of the game for PC, Mac, and Linux. This will help us to make more weird stuff like this in the future.

2. Clicking the SAVE button in the top right corner will give you a nice, clean PNG of whatever clothes arrangement you have. Right now this works best in Chrome.

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