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Alyssa Wejebe writes about games, reads about games, and plays them too. RPG, hack-and-slash, and fighting games are some of her favorite genres. She loves nonhuman characters. One of her earliest gaming memories center around battling her grandmother and younger brothers in “Super Bomberman 2” on the SNES.

Game Designer Connor Fallon Weighs the Costs of Changing Time in...

Described as a mix of Groundhog Day and Shakespeare, Elsinore is Golden Glitch Studios’ first game and a Kickstarter-funded project. It’s already won awards...

Developer-Artist Picogram Talks Community and More in Garden Story

After finding success with The World Next Door and Cat Lady, Rose City Games and publisher VIZ Media have a new project in the works. Described...

Sarah Webb Discusses Her Art for I Was a Teenage Exocolonist

Originally from Alaska and a graduate from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Sarah Webb is an artist with a comprehensive career. She has...

Claire Hummel Talks About Art Directing for In the Valley of...

Between her costume designs for BioShock Infinite and her historical Disney series, Claire Hummel is a prolific artist with an intricate and elegant style....

Alexandre Diboine Talks About Drawing for Unruly Heroes

Based in France, Magic Design Studios released their first 2D platformer game, Unruly Heroes on multiple platforms. The game’s website describes Unruly Heroes as having...

Lip Comarella and the Abstract Aesthetics of ELOH

Last weekend the Pasadena Convention Center in California was packed as the inaugural LightBox Expo celebrated artists in a variety of visual arts, ranging...

Work out Your “What If?” Scenarios in Across the Grooves

Besides the sci-fi and fantasy elements of time travel and alternate realities, Nova-box's Across the Grooves touches on other universal themes of regret. The...

Writer Geoffroy Vincens Discusses Bending Reality in Across the Grooves 

After creating Along the Edge and Seers Isle, French developer Nova-box has another narrative game in development—Across the Grooves.  Similar to Along the Edge and...

Make Your Post-Apocalyptic Checklist in Overland

Honestly, the first things that draw attention are the stark shapes and vivid colors, flat and graphic art depicting dogs and people and other...

Steven Universe Composer Aivi Tran Talks About Creating Music for Games

Aivi Tran is well known for working with their partner surasshu on composing the musical score for Cartoon Network’s critically acclaimed and Emmy-winning animated...

Play in a Chinese Painting with Meet in Rain

SIGGRAPH 2019 featured an array of posters with diverse topics, many of which clearly focused on future technologies. One immediately stood out though, invoking...

Lab Zero Animator Mariel Kinuko Cartwright on Working in Games

While a demo of Lab Zero Games’ action RPG Indivisible was available for people to play in the exhibit hall at Anime Expo 2019,...

Pixel Ripped 1989 and Beyond

Going from a troubled Kickstarter to an award-winning title after launching last July, Pixel Ripped 1989 feels like a well-deserved happy ending for creator...

Learning More About Cat Lady From Producer Corey Warning

Only a few months after releasing The World Next Door, Rose City Games’ first game made in partnership with VIZ Media, the Portland-based studio...

Emphasizing Sound in Neon Tide

A panel for upcoming cyberpunk visual novel Neon Tide at Anime Expo hosted five speakers—moderator Simon Tse, and most of the game’s development team...

Exploring Indivisible at Anime Expo 2019

Besides showcasing demos of their first hit release Skullgirls at Anime Expo 2019, Lab Zero Games had their upcoming Indivisible ready to play.  Indivisible is...