Tuesday, June 19, 2012
…and speaking of Jack Teagle, that’s one funny Megaman Munny.
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…and speaking of Jack Teagle, that’s one funny Megaman Munny.

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Would love to have a set of these custom wrestler toys! Illustrator Jack Teagle created these by modding older toys with paint and putty. The palette and faces are ++! What a great idea.

jackteagle via sirmitchell

Friday, June 8, 2012

With the hyper violent mess that was E3 this year, it was easy for me to miss the trailer for Disney’s upcoming game-themed animated film Wreck-It-Ralph, which looks funny, adorable and loaded with classic game references.

In the “Bad Guys Anonymous” meeting at 0:49 you see Ralph sitting amidst Bowser, Dr. Robotnik and handful of other classic game baddies, alluding to a potential Who Framed Roger Rabbit vibe. Looks like a lot of fun!

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Tokyo Jungle, confirmed at E3 for a Western release! 

I have no idea what’s going on in this game, aside from the detail that you play as an animal in a post-apocalyptic Tokyo, but I know I WANT IT.

Shack News via Cory Schmitz

Friday, May 25, 2012

Measuring the Universe is a terrific visual bite of knowledge created by Hohokum/Wild Rumpus/Frobisher Says artist extraordinaire Richard Hogg for the Royal Observatory Greenwich, delivering a succinct graphical explanation for how we are able to calculate the distance between us and the expanding universe around us. Truly wonderful.

via Brain Pickings

Thursday, May 24, 2012

If you’re a sales hound, today is the day for you! Over 400 games are available at sale price thanks to the Because We May sale, initiated by World of Goo's Ron Carmel and a handful of our favorite Indie devs. Discounted games include many of my personal favorites! Such as…

And so many more! In addition to iPhone/iPad/Apple games, there are plenty of games across Android, Steam, PC and more. Just check out the site!

Oh, and I also did the logo and pattern illustration. So that’s pretty cool too. *toots a horn that belongs to me* 

Well what do you know! Here’s the first trailer for Ron Gilbert’s new game at Double Fine The Cave, an action adventure puzzle game. The ability to switch between characters is givin’ me a definite Maniac Mansion vibe. Looks great! Can’t wait!

via Ars Technica

Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Adventure Game legend Ron Gilbert (aka the Grumpy Gamer) has given us a sneak peek at the motley crew of playable characters featured in his upcoming adventure game atDouble Fine. In addition to The Scientist (my favorite!) featured here, there are The Twins, The Knight, The Adventurer, The Time Traveler, The Hillbilly and The Monk.
A great set of of characters, and lo and behold four out of eight are female! That’s 50% of the playable characters! Pretty neat.
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Adventure Game legend Ron Gilbert (aka the Grumpy Gamer) has given us a sneak peek at the motley crew of playable characters featured in his upcoming adventure game atDouble Fine. In addition to The Scientist (my favorite!) featured here, there are The Twins, The Knight, The Adventurer, The Time Traveler, The Hillbilly and The Monk.

A great set of of characters, and lo and behold four out of eight are female! That’s 50% of the playable characters! Pretty neat.

via Ron Gilbert

Wednesday, May 16, 2012
I honestly don’t know what to think about the album art for the Touch My Katamari OST…
It’s…different!
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I honestly don’t know what to think about the album art for the Touch My Katamari OST…

It’s…different!

via mlkshk

Wednesday, April 11, 2012
This is how you do a promotional website. Haven’t played Zach Gage’s SpellTower? You betta pick it up!
SpellTower site design by Chris Driscoll, SpellTower by Zach Gage
via Cory Shcmitz

This is how you do a promotional website. Haven’t played Zach Gage’s SpellTower? You betta pick it up!

SpellTower site design by Chris Driscoll, SpellTower by Zach Gage

via Cory Shcmitz