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  • 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…

  • Hero Programmer Quest

    Our fellow Nordic indie developer and friend, Petri Purho (of Crayon Physics fame), just released a hilarious new game prototype in which you have to debug C++ code really quickly. Yes, you read that correctly! Try it here. I keep getting stuck on one of the later levels… I may have to cheat by taking…

  • Weekly Music Tip, April 4 2010: Autechre Oversteps Themselves

    This past Friday night, Dajana and I caught Autechre live at DR’s beautiful new Koncerthuset. Exquisite, but also exhausting! The set was an hour-long barrage of nonstop electronic intensity, in darkness. The new album, Oversteps, is very nice indeed, albeit very different from their live sound: Check out their web page for more tour dates.…

  • Weekend at Bernie’s

    Whew – it’s been a while, blog! Here in CPH, the lot of us have been busy. Too busy, even. Hopefully we’ll have something to show for it soon. Stay tuned! Meanwhile, you may have noticed that we’ve added Bernie Schulenburg’s Where is my Heart? to our list of featured games. Welcome to the collective,…

  • Peter Molyneux and Dark Room Sex Game

    “Whether or not you reach climax – that’s a very interesting thing” – Peter Molyneux. At the Nordic Game Jam 2010 Doug had the chance to talk to Peter Molyneux about our erotic, no-graphics rhythm game Dark Room Sex Game.

  • Copenhagen Game Collective @ Gamma IV

    Our “one button” party game, B.U.T.T.O.N. (Brutally Unfair Tactics Totally OK Now), is one of the six chosen games that will be showcased at this years Gamma IV party. If you’re attending GDC this week, we hope to meet you and show you the game!

  • Nifflas in Copenhagen!

    Our friend Nifflas, game designer extraordinaire, was in Copenhagen this month for the Nordic Game Jam. He also gave a fantastic lecture at IT University of Copenhagen’s Spring 2010 Game Lecture series.  Recorded in all its glory, here: Game Lecture Series – Episode 1: Nicklas Nygren from itucph on Vimeo.

  • Fuck You Buddy Performance and Game Night Surprise with CGC

    Copenhagen Game Collective and Recoil Performance Group invite you to a performance of Fuck You Buddy, preceded by a short demonstration of and discussion of Dark Room Sex Game. Fuck You Buddy is a new dance performance presented by the Recoil Performance Group, and involves four female dancers with choreography and interactive video scenography that…