Last year I did this thing where I made a retrospective list of some of my favorite or most meaningful posts of the year. I think I’ll do it again this year! Here we go:
I loved this idea, and I still do. I think it’s an interesting solution to an immersion problem in gaming.
The first time (and last? though not purposefully) that I had someone else write for this blog. It was great to get additional perspective on a shared experience, especially from someone that I respect highly the opinions of.
I wrote a group of “emoji” based game ideas, and for some reason this one is my favorite. Kevin and I are hoping to actually develop this one in the near future.
An interesting word game that I would love to explore. It’d be like a respectable version of UrbanDictionary.
I’ve gotten more and more interested in cooking over the past year, and this seems like an interesting product of that new passion. I also love that it’s called Julia. Seems to be a nice addition to “Siri” and “Alexa.”
I had a nice celebration for my 500th post, and the documentation of it is… mildly interesting!
As a part of my ongoing series of posts that are somewhat academic, this post goes pretty deep into balanced/imbalanced information in gaming.
A continuation of the thoughts from the first volume.
Again, a part of the ongoing academic posts.
A semi-funny piece about the tropes of iOS App Store games. WTP!
And, part duex!
I’ve written many chess alternates, but this one is by far my favorite.
One more in the academic series!
One of my all-time favorite posts. I hope to make this one a reality in the future.
[ Today I Was Playing: nothing… ]
January 2, 2017