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Category Archives: Games
I went to the Global Game Jam again this weekend. It was amazing. The last and first time that I went to Global Game Jam was 2012 where I felt defeated and a failure. I said then that I’d return … Continue reading
I haven’t posted here in two and a half years, so in point form, here is the gist of some of what I’ve been doing since then. I started studying a Master of Teaching (Primary). I did my first teaching prac … Continue reading
Let’s talk about geometry Let’s talk about all the ways To tessellate tiles sets Let’s talk about sets Let’s talk about sets Let’s talk about sets Let’s talk about sets I considered doing this whole post to the tune of … Continue reading
“Who here has actually made a finished game?” asked the presenter at a conference I attended a few years ago where people who were wondering how to get into the games industry sat in the audience. Less than a quarter … Continue reading
When I last wrote here I was about to attend this year’s Freeplay festival and was trying to avoid the dreaded impostor syndrome. I’ve been meaning to return here post-Freeplay and write about how it actually went but I’ve been … Continue reading
I’ll travel to Melbourne this weekend for the conference program of the Freeplay festival. It’ll be hard not to let impostor syndrome rear its ugly head again. When I went to the entire Freeplay festival last year, I was inspired … Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to post about my mockumentary film Dudebro on here as I put it online last month where it was featured on Kotaku. So here it is to watch: As it’s International Women’s Day today, it seems an … Continue reading
I never really enjoyed sports much. Sports are games. You follow the abstract rules to try to beat your opponents and win the game. I understand how they work, but instead for me, the type of physical games I enjoyed … Continue reading
The year is drawing to a close so I thought I would look back on what I’ve done and what I’ve learnt. It’s been a year of ups and downs. There’s been times when I’ve wanted to flip a table … Continue reading