Sonia Fizek has only been in Berlin for a few months, but I already had the pleasure of meeting her several times at different events. I decided to ask her some questions about her work and life, so next time we can talk about something else! Continue reading New Berliners: Sonia Fizek
Moving to a new place is never easy. If you just arrived in Berlin, I can’t help with paperwork or finding a flat, but I can probably do something to introduce you to the local game scene. So let’s get to know Richard Baxter!
Photo credit: Adoné Kitching. Continue reading New Berliners: Richard Baxter
Legends of Pixelia is an action role-playing game that combines retro pixelart with modern gameplay mechanics, featuring procedurally generated maps, different hero classes and several local multiplayer modes for up to 4 players. An IndieGoGo campaign to support the development of the game is running until March 23rd – a perfect opportunity to get in touch with its creator Florian Siemer and ask him some questions. Continue reading Crowdfunding pixels: an interview with Florian Siemer
Naaaaa! Any plans for the weekend? – a former colleague of mine used to ask me this question every single time we met in the office kitchen. I wish we still worked together, so that I could answer him “Yes, I’m going to play The Curious Expedition for free, and so should you!”. Continue reading Make this weekend a Curious Expedition weekend
The Global Game Jam is the world’s largest game jam event taking place around the world at physical locations. In just 48 hours, between January 23rd and 25th 2015, more than 20.000 people in 78 different countries created 5.438 games, based on this year’s theme What do we do now?.
The Berlin Mini Game Jam and Gamestorm teamed up once again to organise the Berlin jam site, with the support of Wooga and GA Hochschule, attracting over 100 jammers that created 26 games. Here’s my personal highlights. Continue reading Global Game Jam Berlin 2015: Highlights and Interviews