When I announced ParserComp, I wasn’t sure what the response would be. I knew I loved parser games, and I knew other people did … Keep reading
Remember “Does Canned Rice Dream of a Napkin Heap?”, our digital storytelling game? It’s live now, along with the 14 other sci-fi-themed games created for Antholojam I!
Pay what you want to download Antholojam I (support your local devs!)
Alternately, play all 15 games online for … Keep reading
14 games were submitted to ParserComp 2015! They are available from the IFDB ParserComp page (where you can also read and write reviews) … Keep reading
Just a minor housekeeping note – I’ve rearranged the site so that Game Dev Resources is now its own category. Game Dev Resources currently contains links to the Inform 7 Quick-Start Guide, the Inform 7 Resources page, and the brand new Art and Audio Assets … Keep reading
Hello, ParserComp entrants!
To participate in ParserComp, you must have uploaded your first draft here by February 1, 2015.
This page has now been … Keep reading
Enjoying Sibyl Moon? Want to chat about IF, game design, and game dev in person? Planning to be in Boston area across January 16-19?
Come hang out at Arisia 2015!
Arisia is the largest science fiction and fantasy convention in New England. This year, I’m scheduled to be on … Keep reading
The Antholojam website is up. Learn more about “Does Canned Rice Dream of a Napkin Heap?” and all the other upcoming Antholojam games at http://antholojam.com/!
Super exciting news time!
I’m working on a game for Zoe Quinn‘s #antholojam. The name is “Does Canned Rice Dream of a Napkin Heap?”
Here’s an in-progress screenshot to whet your interest!
What is ParserComp?
ParserComp 2015 is a … Keep reading
Over the past two weeks, Caelyn Sandel has been running Ruin Jam 2014, which just closed last night at 1 AM Eastern. To quote from the site:
Ruin Jam is a game jam celebrating the nonexistent demise of video games, inspired by a lot of current events and … Keep reading