Posts Tagged ‘Dominique Pamplemousse’

IGF Factor 2014: Dominique Pamplemousse

By John Walker on March 20th, 2014.

Dominique Pamplemousse in “It’s All Over Once The Fat Lady Sings!” is a stop motion animated musical detective adventure game about gender. “Another one,” you wail, and yet it’s nominated for thousands of IGF awards, including Narrative, Audio, Nuovo and the Grand Prize. Today’s IGF Factor sits down with the game’s writing, programming, musicing creator, Deirdra Kiai, to pick over the creation of the game.
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One List To Rule Them All: IndieCade 2013 Nominees

By Craig Pearson on September 12th, 2013.

Wheeeeeeeeeeee!
According to my phone’s GPS, Google Maps, a quick check of my immigration status (I am currently not being beaten nor threatened), and my own keen observations involving my fridge, I can confirm that I am not in Los Angeles. It means I can’t be part of IndieCade 2013′s glorious festival of games next month. As a treat, for all those not in that part of the world, they’ve released the list of games nominated for the award ceremony. It is lonnnnng and full of games. We might not be there in practice, but our spirits can at least get a few drinks in. A few PC highlights are below.
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Once Morph, With Feeling: Dominique Pamplemousse

By Alec Meer on April 2nd, 2013.

I kinda want a plasticine laptop

Like The Neverhood? Like Sam & Max? Like charmingly ropey singing? Then you’ll have some sort of feeling about Dominique Pamplemousse, a point and click adventure game which I feel joyfully compelled to call Claymation Noir.
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