PRENOTE: Yikes! Just went to update the Terra Neo rules link and saw this draft post that’s been sitting here for 8 MONTHS. Well, here it is 🙂
Global Game Jam is an awesome annual event I’ve done for 3 years now.
In 2013, I attended one in Manhattan. The prompt was to design a […]
Wow! Once again, way too long without an update. Rather than create a separate post each thing going on lately, let’s just talk about it all at once. Here’s what’s happening:
Wow, I’m truly embarrassed to have not posted about this yet, but better late than never.
I participated in Global Game Jam 2014 at the NYU Games Center this year, and had a blast! It was a tricky weekend, as my friend Danton Spina had been in […]
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