Posts with tag: pc games
 

Low Battery
Posted at 19:55 on 11th March 2014

I’ve been tinkering with PuzzleScript on and off for a few months now, but over the last few days I’ve put together a complete game with it, which you can play here (source here). It’s a Sokoban variant (which is what PuzzleScript is best at after all), based around having an ever-depleting stock of moves, […]

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Doom is 20
Posted at 22:18 on 10th December 2013

Doom is a game that has left commentators struggling to come to terms with its impact for the last two decades. Retrospectives of the game first started appearing fifteen years ago. These days only a total plum would fail to recognise it as one of the landmark achievements of 1990s popular culture. Terminator 2, Nirvana, […]

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Reaction to the Syndicate leak
Posted at 18:30 on 11th September 2011

Yesterday the first details of the industry’s worst kept secret, ‘Project Redlime’ – a.k.a. Starbreeze’s ‘reimagining’ of the Bullfrog classic Syndicate – started to dribble out onto the global infoweb. The scant information that has been revealed – a product description and some screenshots – has been met with howls of derision from people who […]

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A Winter World of Love
Posted at 20:04 on 29th January 2011

Yesterday, the second ‘World of Love‘ indie games development conference was held at Conway Hall in Bloomsbury. The day was packed with interesting talks from developers with disparate approaches and levels of experience. Participants brought practical advice and anecdotes, inspiring calls to action, and willy jokes. Here’s a run-down of the day’s events: Ricky Haggett […]

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