01 9 / 2012
The Basement collection is live on steam!
During launch ive been talking to steam about the possibility of doing some kinda of discount for fans only, tursn out they have something called a loyalty discount set up… soooooo.
if you own ANY of my games on steam (isaac, Gish, SMB) you can buy the basement collection for 30% off!.
this offer only lasts till monday so spread the word and get it while its cheap!
You seriously need to get on this, people. I’ve already spent a whole evening replaying most of these games. They look/sound better than ever. Which is amazing, because they were already so far ahead of most flash games.
25 4 / 2011
"Is there a line [to cross]? If our medium is art, how could there be a line? How could we allow there to be a line, and who gets to decide what the line is? That’s a very slippery slope — there should not be a line."
03 4 / 2011
I decided that one of my goals for spring break, was to play a bunch of games I’ve had sitting around unfinished, or in some cases completely unstarted. I sprinkled in a few newer releases as well, to keep it feeling fresh and exciting, but here’s the list of games I conquered over break. Be prepared to weep with joy due to my awesomeness:
- Enslaved: Odyssey to the West
- Solitaire (Vegas, 3-card draw… several times)
- Dead Nation
- Penny Arcade Adventures: On The Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 1
- Resistance: Fall of Man
- Angry Birds Seasons: Go Green, Get Lucky
- Red Dead Redemption
And of course, this list wouldn’t be complete without another list of the games I attempted and abandoned due to various reasons:
- Kameo: Elements of Power
- Resident Evil 5
- MegaMan 10
- Pokemon White
If that doesn’t count for a successful Spring Break, I honestly don’t know what does. Now… just another hundred or so unplayed/unbeaten games to go and I’ll be caught up with my backlog! Wish me luck…