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  • Poto & Cabenga

    Our friends at Honeyslug have released their cute Gamma IV game, Poto & Cabenga. It’s really nice, both the artwork and the gameplay. It was my favorite of all the Gamma games! It was great meeting Richard and Ricky in person at GDC. The duo are also working on a very cool (and ambitious) new…

  • Weekly Music Tip, April 25 2010: Cinematic Orchestra’s LateNightTales

    Cinematic Orchestra’s LateNightTales mix, released just this month, is an absolute must-listen: Both the track selection and the transitions are stellar. How does one seamlessly mix FlyLo, Wayne Henderson, Nick Drake, Burt Bacharach, Bjork, Thom Yorke, St Germain, and Burial? I don’t know, but Cinematic Orchestra manages to pull it off.

  • This is where we get down

    Matt is in town! Here’s his take of Dronning Louises Bro, right near where some of us live: (The drawing is from this week, but the photo is from 2008)

  • Smart Kobold

    The ever-formidable Jeff Lait has just released a new game, Smart Kobold. So of course I had to try it! Jeff, a mathematician/programmer wiz by day, spends some of his free time programming strange “roguelikes” inspired by ancient ASCII games like NetHack. Jeff is perhaps most famous for POWDER, but he’s also created several experimental…

  • Weekly Music Tip, April 18 2010: Charanjit Singh

    The record that has everybody talking – proto-techno time-warp from 1982… from India?!?! If the story behind the record is indeed true, then this must surely be the crate digging discovery of the decade. The record predates the first acid house tracks by half a decade, challenging the standard Western-centric history of electronic music. Still,…

  • Nordic Game Indie Night!

    Come join us for a night of inspiration, socializing, live music, and imaginative indie games! Curated by and organized in partnership with the Copenhagen Game Collective, Nordic Game Indie Night will showcase six exciting new independent games from around the Nordic region. The games include: Saira by Nifflas (Sweden) Max and the Magic Marker by…

  • Tryl: Videogame of the Future

    Slowly but surely, it’s coming…

  • Weekly Music Tip, April 11 2010: Kyle Hall

    Early candidate for best record of 2010! Two soulful two-step grooves on the acclaimed Hyperdub label, from Detroit native Kyle Hall: You can buy the record here. The craziest thing is that Hall is only 18 years old!!

  • Tobias Wrigstad at ITU

    A few weeks ago, Tobias Wrigstad spoke at ITU and delivered a fascinating (and provocative!) lecture on intentionally uncomfortable role-playing games. The lecture was titled: “This will sting a little: Why worthwhile and meaningful does not imply fun” It’s most certainly worth viewing! Here’s the recording, brought to you by the good people at ITU’s…

  • At least they’ll see the black…

    I have a new favorite blog: Our good friend Matt Broach, a visual artist from New York City, just moved to Berlin, and he’s drawing a picture of the city every day – visual fragments, you might call them, in his signature sharpe technique. For those of you like me who are wistful for Berlin…