There’s a very brief interview with me in the fall issue of my alma mater’s alumni magazine, the Carleton Voice.
Puzzle Pirates is basically a casual game portal with avatars and a point system, which actually puts Three Rings pretty far ahead of the curve in terms of casual and virtual world trends.
I love it when people realize that business isn’t a zero-sum game.
Kongregate isn’t the YouTube of web-based indie casual games; it’s the Xbox Live Arcade of web-based indie casual games.
Thoughts on two games that are more about waiting than action.
Very brief notes from the first day of the 2006 Austin Game Conference.
You can hardly blame them for being lulled into a liminal state by Halim’s deceptively simple, airily seductive games.
While the latest big-budget, big-scale Metal Gear Solid and Resident Evil games garner lots of attention and sales, I find myself drawn more and more these days towards casual games.
I always think online gaming is a good idea, until I actually go out and try it.