Posts Tagged ‘Sea Green Games’

Bez it up in Stage Presence

Dust off your microphone, squeeze into your gold lamé hotpants, toss your best frock over the top, turn your cap backwards, strap on your nail-spiked gauntlets (careful now!), and put your hood up, as Stage Presence [official site] has been released. Again. To refresh your memory, Stage Presence is a game where, following a catastrophic equipment failure at a gig, we’re given the microphone to entertain the crowd by singing, showing off, and generally Bezzing. They may not be forgiving. After a prototype release in 2015, Sea Green Games teamed up with publishers Tinybuild to expand it and ta-da! here we are now. Entertain us. Read the rest of this entry »

Bez Simulator 2015: Stage Presence Released

I had a gig recently, you know. The Ladies’ Pond Boadicea Mermaid Choir entertained three dozen swimmers on a sunny afternoon with our songs of water and swimming. As seasoned an entertainer as I now am, I’m still not quite ready for the challenge of Stage Presence [official site].

Headlining a festival, your band’s gear gives out and it’s up to you to entertain the crowd with your own desktop microphone lest they become… discontent. If you think yourself a natural showman – or need the training – you give it a crack yourself, as it’s out now on Itch for $2.

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