Posts Tagged ‘Laura Knetzger’

Nina Freeman’s babysit ’em up Kimmy is out now

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Interactive fiction game Kimmy [official site] is out now, and it’s got some serious pedigree behind it. It’s written by Nina Freeman, designer of Cibele, and illustrator Laura Knetzger, who worked with Freeman on the powerful Freshman Year. Set in 1960s Massachusetts, Kimmy has you play as Dana, a babysitter who’s worried about a little girl called Kimmy. It has a demo, if you fancy a go. Read the rest of this entry »

Freshman Year: How A Night Out Can Turn Terrifying

Nina Freeman’s short, illustrated interactive fiction game Freshman Year made me feel sick. It did this because it shows how a young woman being in a public place can be interpreted as sexual availability by a man who shows no interest in asking what she wants, and instead believes he can just take what he wants.
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