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Gamasutra announced today that all content from this year’s Game Developer Conference is now available on the GDC Vault. The vast majority of the videos are for subscribers only, but there are a number of talks available to stream for … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
The Sky in the Room is a sci-fi short story about sex and addiction, made in Twine. You can read more about the game in this post. You can find more of Porpentine’s work at her website. Be sure to … Continue reading