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DomPam2: Games are not for everyone

I feel like there’s a misconception among well-intentioned games people that to promote diversity in games, the goal ought to be to make a game that everyone can enjoy. While it’s a goal that sounds nice in theory, in practice, … Continue reading

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DomPam2: Letting the cat out of the bag…

So, I’ve leaked a few teasers here and there, but in case you weren’t aware of them: yes, I am indeed officially working on the sequel to Dominique Pamplemousse in “It’s All Over Once The Fat Lady Sings!” — which … Continue reading

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GISHWHES 2016 (in which Squinky makes a bunch of silly art things because scavenger hunt)

This past week, I participated in GISHWHES, AKA the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen. Below are some items I worked on that I’m particularly proud of, all of which were done in collaboration with Jess Marcotte … Continue reading

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Babycastles presents: Squinky Hates Video Games

My second-ever solo exhibition, called “Squinky Hates Video Games”, [1] starts tomorrow! Woohoo! Go here for more info, and if you’re anywhere near New York, come check it out! Footnotes: Bonus fun fact: I actually prefer to spell “videogames” as … Continue reading

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A Perfectly Normal Panel About Awkwardness in Games

This winter, two friends and I decided to submit a panel about awkward game design to some conferences. We thought it would be a great idea to experiment with awkwardness in form as well as content, so we settled on … Continue reading

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Summer updates!

Last April, I attended the Different Games Conference, in which I a) ran a game of Coffee: A Misunderstanding, b) spoke as part of “A Perfectly Normal Panel About Awkwardness in Games” with my awesome friends/collaborators, Allison Cole and Jess … Continue reading

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Most Sincere Greetings, Esteemed One

For this year’s Global Game Jam, I teamed up with Jess Marcotte to create a game inspired by the theme of “Ritual”. What we came up with was a two-player physical game about greeting rituals and the awkwardness they sometimes … Continue reading

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