Posts Tagged ‘The Franz Kafka Videogame’

The Franz Kafka Videogame emerging in April

As Alice O’Connor awoke one morning from a troubled dream, she found herself changed in her bed into some monstrous kind of video game blogger. Oh bugger.

After making Shakespeare’s Hamlet weird in Hamlet or the Last Game without MMORPG Features, Shaders and Product Placement, Denis ‘mif2000’ Galanin set his surreal sights on more-modern classics. The Franz Kafka Videogame [official site] will arrive on April 6th, publishers Daedalic announced this week, smooshing the writings of Franz Kafka into one absurd puzzle-adventure game. Here, have a gander in this trailer: Read the rest of this entry »

The 2nd Annual Horace Awards For Forgotten IGF Entrants

The IGF finalists have been announced, and it’s a fantastic list. Very deserving games. But there are others, ones that didn’t make the grade, and I want to stand up and salute them in public. As a first round judge on the awards, I played a whole bunch of the 650 entries, and there are some real gems in there that are no longer in the running. (Obviously I didn’t play all the entries, so there will be many more great games that still go unrecognised, and that’s sad.) So, as we did last year, here are the Second Annual Horace Awards For Forgotten IGF Entrants.

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