Posts Tagged ‘Sissy’s Magical Ponycorn Adventure’

Hands On: Spellirium Alpha

By John Walker on April 9th, 2013.

When indie developer Ryan Creighton (Untold Entertainment) read a review of Bookworm Adventures, he was very excited. A game in which a story was told, with your means of interaction as a grid of tiles, from which words are spelt. He couldn’t wait to play it. And then he realised that wasn’t really what it was.

Bookworm Adventure, as great as it is (and I’ll fight anyone who says otherwise (via spelling)), doesn’t really tell a story. The adventures of a worm called Lex are loosely strung together at best. Creighton realised he wanted to make the game he’d thought it was going to be. And thus Spellirium.

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Awww! Sissy’s Magical Ponycorn Adventure

By John Walker on May 26th, 2011.

None of us reading could do better.

Oh my goodness, the cute-o-meter has just started hissing heart-shaped clouds of steam and leaking glitter. Heroic dad Ryan Creighton (of Flash developer Untold Entertainment) took his five-year-old daughter Cassie to this year’s TOJam, and together they created the adventure game, Sissy’s Magical Ponycorn Adventure. Which has turned out to be the most popular game of the show, to the point where the poor TOJam website has been taken over by it.

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