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  • Toast Master

    B.U.T.T.O.N. wasn’t the only “project” we showed at IndieCade this year. Last year, I had so much fun co-designing and running Fuck You, It’s Art! that this year we resolved to start some similar game-related hi-jinx. Along with our compatriots Christoffer Holmgård and Benedikte Mikkelsen from Duck and Cover Games, we organized a silly game…

  • The Copenhagen Game Collective went to the US of A! Part 2

    [singlepic id=348 w=500 float=] Culver City, brutalized! (Part 1 here) After our stint in NYC, we headed west to California to attend IndieCade 2010, to showcase B.U.T.T.O.N. It was our third IndieCade in a row! But as I mentioned a few weeks ago, this year had a special significance for us, given that we had…

  • The Copenhagen Game Collective went to the US of A! Part 1

    So we went to America. The first stop on our trip was New York City, where our games were shown at a Babycastles party in Queens. The place was a venue called Silent Barn, which is mostly known for hosting concerts. The Babycastles Arcade started out with a couple of guys showing weird games at…

  • B.U.T.T.O.N. @ The Indie Games Arcade

    More good news! While most of the team will be in New York partying at Babycastles, Dajana is flying out to London to showcase B.U.T.T.O.N. at The Indie Games Arcade for Eurogamer Expo 2010. The lineup of games seems really strong. We’re especially exited that our friends Richard Hogg, Ricky Haggett, and the rest of…

  • Brutally Unfair Game Bash at Babycastles!

    Are you going to be in NYC on Saturday evening, October 2? Join us for a “Brutally Unfair Game Bash” at Babycastles in Queens!: (Higher res version here). We’ve planned the event together with our friend, NYC-based game artist Zach Gage. I’m very happy to announce that both Katherine Isbister and Frank Lantz are going…

  • Post-IndieCade Camping Trip!

    [singlepic id=339 w=500 h=333 float=] What: Camping trip w/ the Copenhagen Game Collective! When: October 11-12, right after IndieCade 2010 Where: Channel Islands National Park Why: Why not?!?! ———————— Hello fellow indies! Are you going to IndieCade this year? A big crew of us from the Copenhagen Game Collective are flying out all the way…

  • B.U.T.T.O.N. at IndieCade 2010!

    [singlepic id=340 w=500 h=375 float=] The B.U.T.T.O.N. team (sans Nifflas, who lives up in Sweden). Yes, Nils’ baby is part of the crew! Wow! Our silly party game, B.U.T.T.O.N., has been chosen as one of the 32 finalist games at IndieCade 2010. The finalists include three games from Denmark, which makes our tiny little home…

  • Erotic Game Tip: Sex in Games – Where Do We Draw the Line?

    Today, Wednesday the 1st of September, I will be leading a public discussion in Copenhagen at a joint Women in Games and Game Design SIG meeting about sex in games. Here is a description of the theme of the discussion: Sex in Games – Where Do We Draw the Line? This summer the Danish political…

  • Gotland games

    As mentioned by Doug, the MonkeyDonk team had the good fortune of being called to the Gotland Game Awards. MonkeyDonk is a game created at the Nordic Game Jam earlier this year. The Nordic Game Jam delegation consisted of five guys, Tim Garbos and Emil Kjæhr representing the game that won the popular vote at…

  • Dark Room Sex Game @ Playful and Playable

    Dark Room Sex Game is going to be on exhibit at the “Playful and Playable” showcase in Vitoria Gasteiz, Spain. The showcase is organized by Proyecto Amarika Proiektua, and takes place from June 24 to September 15. This is of course exciting news, but to be honest we’re also a little apprehensive. We never quite…