The first episode of Camouflaj's Republique successfully introduces stealth to the touchscreen.
How the five-year development of the LOOM-inspired adventure word game spelled S-T-R-U-G-G-L-E for Toronto's Ryan Henson Creighton -- and how he fought to keep it alive.
No, that's not a grammatical error: Code Monkey Save World is the upcoming comic by Greg Pak, inspired by Jonathan Coulton's songs. It's exactly as awesome as it sounds.
Kickstarter’s head of community sits down with Dork Shelf to talk about best practices and advice for game creators.
Nintendo and THQ and Schafer and Molyneux and the Czech president gets involved in the case of two jailed Bohemia Interactive devs? It's been one hell of a week. Check out this week's news roundup.
Here's a crazy question: What if - just what if - the current generation of indie game developers were also the future generation of indie rockers, touring the country hitting local bars and selling custom game equipment out of the back of VW vans for $15 a pop?
If you've been paying attention to webcomics in the last couple years, you've inevitably ran across MS Paint Adventures, or at least the cosplayers attached to it. Naturally, being aimed at pre-teens-and-older who spend a growing amount of their free time online, this comic is pretty damned popular. That became evident when the comic's creator, Andrew Hussie, put up a Kickstarter yesterday with the aim of funding an adventure game after the comic finished.
When local activist Stephanie Guthrie chose to call amateur game designer Ben “Bendilin” Spurr to account for his vile, violent game Beat Up Anita Sarkeesian, she didn’t expect to attract the attention of local and national media, the writer and director of The IT Crowd, or the ire of anonymous angry male gamers. But through it all, she stuck to her guns and dragged an ugly but important issue into the spotlight.
Guys – and today, unfortunately, I am speaking to the fellas – we really need to talk. The misogyny and the sexism that’s been slowly seeping into video games and the broader gaming lexicon – it has to stop. Now.