Spring begins March 22nd. Instead of breaking up time by years, I prefer to separate chunks of time into seasons because those carry moods. In celebration, I’ll be releasing an online zine about Winter and the transition into Spring, which I’ll post on my Twitter account (Daniel P. Lopez).

Additionally……


It was either yesterday or early this morn that I discovered two games about gay wizards being released quite recently. In celebration of nothing special today, I decided to indulge in both.

I’ve been a fan of Heather Robertson’s games for a couple years now, so I was quite chuffed…


A montage of everything listed below

I try to write about every game I play. However, I’m at the point where I have a backlog of games I haven’t covered and that’s been weighing on my mind, enough so that I want to stop and post about them before I continue onto new titles.

I’d like…


A montage of all the games below (minus my own)

I learned about the 2016 FLATJAM and knew I needed to participate. I’ve always dreamed of making new games but had a difficult time motivating myself to do so. This game jam really pushed me to actually create something because it’s supposed to be done quickly. I believe I’ve made…


A montage of the games below

I tend to frame these posts I make as recommendations. Most of the time that’s true because a majority of them are relatively unknown games that I want to share with whomever is willing to take a look. However, being that I post about every game I play, it feels…


I’ve been wanting to create more experimental recommendations, but that practically means I’ve just been brainstorming and not actually recommending. )O: Instead, I will:

a) be doing these recommendations quickly, keeping it simple

b) putting together a PDF booklet/zine at the end of each season, containing the aforementioned experimental recommendations…


“Best of” lists are fun, but I thought I’d just post a non-hierarchized list of every game I documented playing in 2018. I certainly forgot some, and there might be some miscategorizations, but it’s mostly accurate. A vast majority of them are tiny/short games, and I’m sure none of them…


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From December 1st to the 25th, twenty-five games made by twenty-five(ish) different developers were released daily as part of the Pico-8 Advent Calendar, the final being released today (Christmas).

Although I no longer follow Advent nor do I adhere to the traditions of Christmas, I still choose to enjoy whatever…


I record every game I play and I post them weekly [well, not really anymore]. …

Daniel P. Lopez

:)

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