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Finding Comfort

cw: this piece contains some discussion of grief, depression and suicidality.   I started out by playing comfort zone, but as it turned out I had started in the middle. Or, at least I think that’s where I started. Developer spacepuppy has, over the last couple of months, released 4 […]


Notes on Eye Poppers: Delight in the Grotesque

Eye Poppers by Espion Games slots easily into the “time-waster” category of free-to-play browser games. But that’s alright, because it doesn’t aspire to much more, and contained little projects like these can be enticing omens for a developing artist. Playable right now on the game’s itch.io page, Eye Poppers takes […]


Notes on POST/CAPITALISM: The Base and The Superstructure

POST/CAPITALISM by Colestia (a.k.a David Cribb) is, in short, an inverted resource management sim . Or, it might be more accurate to describe as a kind of socialist SimCity, as Heather Alexandra did at Kotaku. Both approach the underpinning ethic of the game, which, unlike most games of the genre, doesn’t take hours […]