The Beasts looked painfully familiar to me, and I wanted to recognize that fellow-feeling in … Keep reading
Save the hero!
Wait. No. Second try.
Save the monster FROM the hero!
Navigate the dungeon (read: wide-open space) to find hidden monster parts (read: in … Keep reading
On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that same-sex marriage is a constitutional right under the Fourteen Amendment.
I dropped all my other plans for the day and wrote this game, which I’d describe as the casual, text-based offspring of a Pride parade and Plague, … Keep reading
18 Rooms to Home is an experimental work of interactive fiction. It’s a day in the life of Yesenia Reed, whose life is far from ordinary, no matter what she might prefer.
This story takes place over the course of 18 updates, which are presented in reverse chronological order. With … Keep reading
I spent several hours hammering out a design analysis of Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri versus Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth. Then Porpentine announced Twiny Jam, and I threw the article out and made this instead.
My first draft included nods to the Alien Crossfire expansion, but I cut them … Keep reading
Two aliens, a robot, and a canine cosmonaut walk into a spaceport bar, and to convince them to pay for your drinks, you have to entertain them with a tall tale of galactic intrigue. Your audience will ask clarifying questions as you tell the story, and at the end, they’ll … Keep reading
A short game about a police officer, things in the basement, and the nature of power. Written in 3 hours for Ectocomp 2014, the annual Halloween SpeedIF competition, where it received 1st place.
Release date: October 31, 2014 (version 1)
Post-competition release: November 26, 2014 (version 2)
“What Are Little Girls Made Of?” was written in three hours for Ectocomp 2012, the annual Halloween SpeedIF competition, where it received 2nd place. It’s a short, dark, and disturbing game that latches onto a couple childhood fears and never lets go.
When I first released this game, it … Keep reading