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Posts tagged “Ian Snyder”

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Priceless Play – the pick of the Itch Bundle For Racial Justice And Equality

If you exist in almost any corner of the internet which serves the intersection of video games and social justice, you've likely seen the Bundle For Racial Justice and Equality from the good folks over at itch.io. The bundle has been, by all accounts, an overwhelming success. I got to watch the donation amount tick over the million-dollar mark, then the two million-dollar mark, and…

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Pretty patchwork mind sport Botolo is now out

Botolo [official site] - a two player landgrab game with a kind of stylised quilt aesthetic - is out now and it does look lovely. You might need to bear with me a bit today because insomnia has resulted in a vastly diminished vocabulary. I've already called the fridge the "cold oven" and the washing machine a "clothes masher" today. Anyway! What do you do…

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Botolo is fighty sportsball from The Floor Is Jelly creator

That ↑ is a good look for a competitive local multiplayer game, isn't it? That's Botolo [official site], the new game from Ian Snyder, who you might remember for lovely squishy platformer The Floor Is Jelly. Botolo is a streamlined fighty ballsport about trying to grab and keep control of the ball while the other player, y'know, also wants to do that. It will launch…

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Pure Delight: The Floor Is Jelly

Oh jeez. Every single aspect of The Floor Is Jelly looks entirely too adorable. It's also one of those rare instances where a game's title describes precisely what it's about instead of obfuscating everything with words like "Reckoning," "Ops," and "Saga Sagaaaaa SAGA neener-neener-neener, King.com." No matter where you end up - in a forest, underground, rooting through somebody's kitchen - the floor is made…

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Body Shop: Feign

Feign, Ian Snyder's moody, disorientating maze game, is a marvel of minimalism and inversion. Dialling everything down to a bare minimum and intermittently switching between dark and light textures, it transforms what would otherwise be a broadly simple affair into an atmospheric exercise in pleasant bewilderment.

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