What secrets would an abandoned Animal Crossing village leave behind?
The Backward-Compatible Morality of Intellivision
The Amico producers have just spent years warning you about other gaming platforms. There’s just one problem…
An Evening at Sandbox VR
I was invited to suit up head-to-toe in the latest VR gear and blast zombies with friends. Here’s how it went.
When a major MMO game dev goes indie
Former RuneScape developer Chris Knowles discusses his time at Jagex, his design philosophy, and the one thing he refuses to do with his upcoming indie game.
Alex Rushdy Didn’t Technically Choose a Career in Games, but He’s Having a Great One Anyway
The CEO and creative director behind Runbow and Dawn of the Monsters discusses the recent discomfort of running a Unity team, his Godzilla ’98 VHS collection, and more.
How James D’Amato Built a Thriving RPG Content Network on Improv, Inclusivity, and Accessibility
The One Shot Podcast Network co-founder discussed RPG play for audiences, tabletop content creation, adjusting to new baby life, and the latest installment in his Ultimate RPG Guide series.
One Game Developer’s Quest for Autism Awareness and Acceptance
I sat down remotely with Thomas Kildren of Fletcher Studios to discuss his popular upcoming VR project, his challenges as a developer and stay-at-home parent, shifting opinions in the community, and more.
Games Journalist Mat Bradley-Tschirgi Talks Surviving Freelance Work, Live Events, and More
Anyone working around video games should expect the unexpected. From book publisher estate planning issues to crypto startups, Mat Bradley-Tschirgi has just about seen it all.
Exploring The Kyle Rittenhouse Video Game’s Unusual Connections
By now you may have heard about Kyle Rittenhouse’s Turkey Shoot, an upcoming point-and-shoot web browser and mobile game from Mint Studios apparently supporting Rittenhouse’s legal fund to “sue the leftwing media organizations for defamation.” If you haven’t looked into who’s involved and what they’ve been up to, it’s quite a ride.
Schell Games, Insomniac Among 2022 Games for Change Award Winners
The Games for Change organization has unveiled its 2022 video game and XR award winners, and among them are familiar names like Insomniac Games, Schell Games–as in, Jesse Schell, famed designer and author of The Art of Game Design: A Book of Lenses–and more.