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Conversation and critique: CAYNE

nufafitc has been on the blogging scene for seven years now and so it’s highly likely you’ve already come across his Emotional Multimedia Ride site. This lovely guy has been publishing regular articles since August 2010 and his blog is a ‘coaster ride’ of whatever piques his interest in media and even beyond the small or bigger screen. I think I may have found someone … Continue reading Conversation and critique: CAYNE

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Beginner’s guide to indie: part two

So your favourite genre of video games didn’t make it into the first part of my beginner’s guide to indie games on Wednesday? Well fear not, for I return with part two today! A big thank you once again to Dan from Now is Games for suggesting I write this series and being the inspiration behind it. As mentioned previously: the following list contains only … Continue reading Beginner’s guide to indie: part two

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Beautiful Desolation on Kickstarter

It’s been a while since I backed anything on Kickstarter. I used to be quite a fan of the crowdfunding platform, giving my support old adventure game sequels and new quirky-looking indie titles, but over time the quality of the campaigns dipped and I eventually stopped visiting. Although I’ve had a couple of stinkers, I’ve also received several good rewards as a result of my … Continue reading Beautiful Desolation on Kickstarter

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Interview: Ryan Cooper (STASIS)

Originally published on 1001Up: Adventure-horror STASIS is the work of brothers Chris and Nic Bischoff, also known as The Brotherhood, and was in development for around five years before its release at the end of August 2015. I first heard about the title after receiving a press release in connection with its Kickstarter campaign and decided to become a backer myself as soon as I’d … Continue reading Interview: Ryan Cooper (STASIS)

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Review: STASIS

Originally published on 1001Up: Title overview STASIS by The Brotherhood Published by Daedalic Entertainment Released in August 2015 PEGI rating of 18 Adventure, horror genre Available on Mac and PC More information can be found on the official website Initial impressions Adventure-horror STASIS is the work of brothers Chris and Nic Bischoff, also known as The Brotherhood, and was in development for around five years … Continue reading Review: STASIS

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Interview: STASIS

Originally published on 1001Up: STASIS is a 2D isometric, point-and-click adventure game for PC and Mac, set in the distant future on a desolate spacecraft. John Maracheck must interact and solve puzzles to save his family but – as if that wasn’t difficult enough – he’ll uncover horrific experimentation, illicit research and find himself drawn into an ever-deepening mystery. Several chapters have been fully completed … Continue reading Interview: STASIS