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For the past few weeks, everyone’s been buzzing about The Vanishing of Ethan Carter. Before you go checking milk cartons, that’s the name of a game, not a real-life missing person’s case. Anyway, Ethan Carter..
Ice-Bound is a new game from Down to the Wire, the two man writing/dev team of Aaron Reed and Jacob Garde, who you might already know from previous games. I had a chance to talk..
Point-and-click adventure games are of a genre that fell vacant in the mainstream scene on the cusp of the new millennium, but seems to be having a second wind of popularity in recent years. Amongst..
Games like Call of Duty and DotA require a hefty amount of skill, reflex, and precision, bringing competitive play under a higher threshold. As many players look to practice to excel in those titles, imagine..
We’re more than halfway through September already – seriously, where does the time go? – which means we’ll be winding down music month and the Composer’s Corner segment next week. But, fear not, dearest audiophiles..
It’s music month all September long at IGM! It’s also exactly one week until Game Music Connect 2014, as the international video game music conference takes place in London on September 24. (For details and..
It’s apparently music month at IGM (it’s almost like somebody planned that…) so we’re continuing on with our Composer’s Corner segment, featuring some of the latest and greatest musical talents in the gaming world. This interview is..
Jacob Janerka’s mind is a bit like a scattergram. An avid overthinker and excessive analyzer, he loves filling A3 paper pages with doodles, thoughts, and random jokes. One concept could fill a couple of pages,..