I'm getting married! That's pretty fantastic!
Secondly, Dance Party, the game I made with my bride-to-be, got featured on Forest Ambassador, one of my favorite game curation sites (updated by one of my favorite game designers, merritt kopas.)
Third! I participated in the Effective Drama in Video Games Panel for IndiE3 with Aevee Bee and Arden. It went exceedingly well, and I'm very happy to have gotten the chance to talk about video games with some really smart people! Later on I got the chance to write up a summary of the panel for the IGDA newsletter, which you can read here.
And lastly, I took part in a Let's Play competition for the Sliders 'n Socks web forum. I wound up recording four Let's Plays that I'm really proud of:
- All five of Matt Aldrige's La La Land games, a collection of surreal fever-dream fables.
- Amy Dentata's apocalyptic and uncomfortably mundane A Night in the Woods.
- Rhete's arcade opus Super Xalaxer.
- And my favorite game (and video) of the bunch, Liz Ryerson's immaculate, agonizing Problem Attic. (Content note: this one goes to some pretty dark places, since the game deals in part with sexual assault and I try to engage with it frankly.)
As for the competition, I got second-to-last place, and I'm not at all bitter about it thanks for asking.