DevLog Watch is a way of featuring games that:
i) Aren't very far along their development journey yet. ii) Perhaps don't have the marketing budget or video editing skill required to make fancy trailers.
That means that the column features a lot of GIFs, but my favourite game GIFs are rarely of ongoing development projects and rarely with the kind of additional detail you might called a "development log". They tend to be from creators who produce a lot of small games in quick succession, sometimes without finishing or releasing them, in which the GIF itself feels like as important a result of the process as the game. So this is what I'm going to round up this week: not devlogs to watch, but developers, and developers who have lifted these short animated clips into an artform all their own.
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