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Merritt Kopas released a new Twine game today called Conversations With My Mother. It’s an affecting piece, strongly executed. Play it. Click here for more games of the day.
Today’s GOTD was submitted by reader Tobias. Violet, winner of IF Comp 2008, is a story about a relationship; it’s funny and a little bit heartbreaking. It’s also the only game I’ve ever played that has a “heteronormativity off” command, … Continue reading
According to every feminist’s favorite whipping-girl of women’s magazines, Cosmo, women who play videogames have sex an average four times a week where women who don’t only have sex an average of three times a week. I think by “women,” … Continue reading