Posts Tagged ‘Galactic Cafe’

Davey Wreden & William Pugh: Life After The Stanley Parable

By John Walker on March 28th, 2014.

Struggling with success is always a hard sell for empathy. It’s all too easy to dismiss such expressions with an easy, “Oh, you poor rich thing.” But it is, of course, far more complicated than that.

Davey Wreden, co-creator of The Stanley Parable, has already written in detail about how phenomenon of his game has personally affected him, in an eloquent blog post last month. Since the release of The Stanley Parable, and its remarkable success, the lives of both of its creators have been turned upside down. At 25 and 20 years old, Davey Wreden and William Pugh, haven’t had an easy time. I spoke with them about their last six months, how the reaction to the game has affected them and their partnership, and how they’re dealing with it all. And Pugh’s desire to create a rivalry with Steve Gaynor.

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IGF Factor 2014: The Stanley Parable

By John Walker on March 10th, 2014.

As we continue our way through the interviews with the PC-focused finalists in this year’s IGF Awards, we will of course have to include some barely known, minority interest games. So it is today, as we talk to the creators of something called “The Stanley Parable”. Probably raising awareness about the dangers of knives, I imagine. Sounds overly worthy.

We spoke to creator Davey Wreden and his cohort William Pugh, about their little project.

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You Must Must Must Play The Stanley Parable Demo

By John Walker on October 11th, 2013.

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I’m not going to explain it, because that would be madness. But you must. The full game is out on the 17th, and, look, just play this. Trust me. Don’t not play it. Don’t think that you’re saving it up to play the full thing next week. That’s not the right choice. Playing this is the right choice.

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