Posts Tagged ‘David Lynch’

Do The Twin Peaks Twist In Fire Dance With Me

What if David Lynch made a video game? As a fan of the artist, I’ve listened to his music, heard him talk, looked at his paintings, studied his quinoa technique, and examined his plans for a bungalow, yet I honestly couldn’t say. I do, however, feel confident telling you that it would probably not be like Fire Dance With Me [official site].

Fire Dance With Me is a delightfully silly free rhythm game combining Twin Peaks and that other ’90s classic: eurobeat remixes. This Friday night, slip on your saddle shoes, roll out your dance mats, and boogy down with poor old Leland Palmer.

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A Mysterious State Of Mind: Virginia Interview

Virginia set up camp in our collective consciousness the moment we saw its stylish agents and what looked like a small town diner. Inspired by Twin Peaks, The Outer Limits and The X-Files, it’s a game about the investigation into a missing person case in one of America’s first States. This is an America in touch with its fictional history as well as its actual past, and I wanted to know more about how those influences will sit together, and how the game would actually play. I also took the opportunity to ask the team about a few of their favourite things. The team are designer/writer Jonathan Burroughs, animator/artist Terry Kenny and composer Lyndon Holland. Here are their answers.

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