Archive for the ‘Games’ category

Velocidevorium is coming along smashingly. So much so that I decided to put it on Steam Greenlight. If enough people visit the Greenlight page and vote for it then it will be possible to publish it on Steam at soon as it releases. There’s no word on the release date yet since Velocidevorium is still […]

Retrobooster will soon be shown at a couple events in San Francisco. The first is CODAME’s 5ENSES, a festival for the five senses on November 1 and 2, 7pm-1am. The festival will include a game room where a few local indie studios will be showing their games. This event is enabled by donations. Please give […]

Atari Party

July 30, 2012

The Digital Game Museum threw an Atari Party yesterday at Cogswell Polytechnical College in Silicon Valley. The highlight was having Al Alcorn come and speak about his work at Atari in the pioneering days of computer games. He was Atari employee number three and created Pong while he was there. Several other early Atari employees […]

From Dust Has Pretty Water

September 18, 2011

This afternoon I played the demo of From Dust on the PS3. The demo doesn’t get very deep into the gameplay, but it serves as a very cool tech demo. Here’s a movie of it. They built a really nice game engine with excellent fluid dynamics, which allows them to make really pretty water and […]