Tag Archives: game of the day

Game of the Day: 3x3x3 by Kayla Overkill

Today’s GOTD is a lovely piece about living your life when your choices are limited. As a mermaid! Kayla Overkill can be reached at her Tumblr. Thank you to Kimiko for submitting this one.

If you have made or played an IF or indie game you would like to see featured on The Border House, send it to us at editors (at) borderhouseblog (dot) com (or @ me on Twitter). You can see our past featured games at this tag.

Edited to add link to the author’s Tumblr.

Games of the Day: PPHS/QUILTBAG Jams Edition

There were a couple exciting game jams recently, and the resulting games are now available to play. First up is the Pulse Pouding Heart Stopping Game Jam, hosted by madam luna, which asked participants to make a “dating sim,” but did not strictly define what that meant, resulting in a huge variety of games (thanks to Kimiko for linking the roundup in last week’s WAYPW thread).

And secondly, MIT Game Lab hosted a QUILTBAG game jam for making queer games. You can check out all the submissions here. Well done, everybody!

Game of the Day: How to Speak Atlantean by Porpentine

Porpentine has a new game! This one is about video games and feminism and sex. If you’re reading this, chances are you are into at least one of those things. So play it!

If you have made or played an IF or indie game you would like to see featured on The Border House, send it to us at editors (at) borderhouseblog (dot) com (or @ me on Twitter). You can see our past featured games at this tag.

Game of the Day: My Rage is a Cloud That Will Cover the Earth by Cameron Kunzelman

Today’s game, submitted by Samantha, is an experimental piece about how it feels to read enragingly awful internet comments, something I’m sure readers are highly familiar with (the game does contain examples of comments but nothing abusive or containing slurs). You can read more about the game and the artist’s intentions here.

If you have made or played an IF or indie game you would like to see featured on The Border House, send it to us at editors (at) borderhouseblog (dot) com (or @ me on Twitter). You can see our past featured games at this tag.