Looking for a little diversion this Friday? Try this “scene from a game” I made called Slow Down with Dr. Jolin Kanders. It is FREE and you can play it in your web browser.
This scene puts the player in psychiatrist Dr. Jolin Kanders’ chair. Can the doctor’s sessions really reduce your stress? Patients often debate whether Dr. Kanders’ techniques are helpful or exploitative. They also wonder if any of the degrees on his wall are real.
Play with sound or you’re cheating yourself!
The Official Shu’s Garden Soundtrack is now available online!
It includes all the music from the game plus a few extras — including a BONUS PIANO MEDLEY. You will be able to download the music in MP3, Apple Lossless and FLAC.
Just press play above and you can listen to the whole thing.
I used to say things like:
What interests me most about video games are the stories. I love the unique blend of interaction, characters and worlds.
But then some people who wrote some things somewhere said that games can’t tell stories because it’s not a linear medium, or something like that. They would say, “It’s literally impossible!” The English Language made it so, apparently.
It was a hockey machine designed to own the puck and grind down opponents, overwhelm all comers with speed, size, and physical play.
Like an alchemist’s dream machine: built to produce gold.
Demakes de Junkboy. Videojuegos actuales en 16 bits.
Wake Up, Little Seed
A lullaby for the morning. This is a song for the dozy first years of life when waking up is as…
Man it’s hot.
Nourish the soil and the plants grow. The plants grow and their flowers blossom.…
Wherefore Art Thou, Video Game?
So many preconceptions.
So many adamant fighters.
So many boobs — doubly so!