Articles by: Chris Priestman

Bravemule Author Explores Storytelling And How We Cope With Violence In The Domovoi

Bravemule Author Explores Storytelling And How We Cope With Violence In The Domovoi

Kevin Snow is the author of Dwarf Fortress’s largest Let’s Play diary, which is known as Bravemule (or Matul Remrit […]

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I Didn’t Blink For 30 Minutes While Playing Blast Em!

I Didn’t Blink For 30 Minutes While Playing Blast Em!

Gosh, I need a minute to let my eyes adjust to the screen. I’ve been playing Byron Atkinson-Jones’s new space […]

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Challenge Yourself To Bring Happiness To Miserable People In Rainbow

Challenge Yourself To Bring Happiness To Miserable People In Rainbow

You are Devious Deb. You arrive by boat upon a black-and-while island full of miserable people. You happen to have […]

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PS Vita PLAY Promotion Sees OlliOlli, Dustforce And TxK Heading To Vita

PS Vita PLAY Promotion Sees OlliOlli, Dustforce And TxK Heading To Vita

Sony’s focus on bringing great-looking indie games to the PS Vita continues with the newly-announced PS Vita PLAY promotion. PS […]

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The Dungeoning Is The Offspring Of A Roguelike And 2D Dark Souls

The Dungeoning Is The Offspring Of A Roguelike And 2D Dark Souls

Yet another game to add to the list of games that I have been killed by an immobile object in. […]

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YoYo Games Wants Votes For The 2013 Game of the Year From Its GameMaker Showcase Poll

YoYo Games Wants Votes For The 2013 Game of the Year From Its GameMaker Showcase Poll

Last year, YoYo Games started a Showcase on its website that displayed many of the games that are created with […]

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Screenshot Scrutiny – 18th January 2014

Screenshot Scrutiny – 18th January 2014

Something rather beautiful in the game development community is Screenshot Saturday. Developers simply take a screenshot of what they’re working […]

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The Indie Gala January Has Ballpoint Universe, Two Brothers, Deadly Premonition

The Indie Gala January Has Ballpoint Universe, Two Brothers, Deadly Premonition

The Indie Gala January is a bit of a mix of questionable and worthwhile indie games, but the ones that […]

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Seedlunky HD Lets You Create Custom Seeds In Spelunky; Fans Worry About Leaderboard Abuse

Seedlunky HD Lets You Create Custom Seeds In Spelunky; Fans Worry About Leaderboard Abuse

A fan of Spelunky has created Seedlunky HD (spotted via Steam discussions), which is a custom seed utility for Spelunky […]

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Like A Bat Out Of Hell: Olympia Rising Spins On To Kickstarter With A Demo

Like A Bat Out Of Hell: Olympia Rising Spins On To Kickstarter With A Demo

I‘ve loved 16-bit action platformers that enabled you to go at high speed while being a deadly spinning ball of […]

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Ruin Picnics, Shoot Dogs And Turn Into An Eagle Ship In Figmik

Ruin Picnics, Shoot Dogs And Turn Into An Eagle Ship In Figmik

Keeping with his usual anthropomorphic characters, Tom van den Boogaart has filled the infinite-scrolling, black-and-white desert world of Figmik with […]

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The End Of Everything: TRIHAYWBFRFYH

The End Of Everything: TRIHAYWBFRFYH

While there are many games that take us to ruined places that have experienced what we refer to as “an […]

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EnviroGolf Will Make You Hate Golf

EnviroGolf Will Make You Hate Golf

To be honest, I wasn’t much of a fan of golf before playing EnviroGolf, but now? Huh, I hate golf! […]

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Once The Greenlight Fades: Steam As An Open Platform And The Importance Of Game Marketing

Once The Greenlight Fades: Steam As An Open Platform And The Importance Of Game Marketing

Yesterday was the first day of Steam Dev Days, which was strictly for developers only, and no press were allowed […]

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[UPDATE] Glitchventure Game Album DEIOS Is Out Now, But It Won’t Work For Everyone

[UPDATE] Glitchventure Game Album DEIOS Is Out Now, But It Won’t Work For Everyone

UPDATE: Good news! Barch got in contact with me again today to let me know that he’s made a Windows […]

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