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Game Design Vision Statements

Game Design Vision Statements

Games mean things. It's unavoidable with any art form that meaning and feeling arises from a work. However, game design involves enough details and interlocking parts that it's easy for the design to become muddled and say something that's either unclear or different from what the designer ...

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itch.io and Steam Holiday Sales of 2019: Half Off Our Games

itch.io and Steam Holiday Sales of 2019: Half Off Our Games

Steam and itch.io have joined forces to salute the winter/holiday season until January 2, 2020. On Steam, that means both Ossuary and "The Majesty of Colors" are 50% off throughout the sale.

On itch.io, all of Ossuary, "The Majesty of Colors", and Rosette Diceless are 50% off ...

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We #loveindies

This past week was a dedicated time to show that we in the indie community #loveindies. All over Twitter and Facebook, folks were doing three things:

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Rate, review, and recommend.

It was an absolute blast. We both gave things away from our own games, and recommended and reviewed games we love.

Our Giveaways

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Judging IGF 2018

Judging IGF 2018

I've been a judge for the Independent Games Festival for at least six years. It's been an amazing time to have free access to the best works in independent gaming. The IGF has evolved a bit during that time; the grand prize winner in 2011 was Minecraft. The 2016 winner was Quadrilateral Cowboy. The vast majority of my time as an IGF judge has been in a post-Minecraft world, where developers knew that there was the potential for their tiny one-person indie game to be bought by Microsoft.

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