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Jay is Games wrote up a really nice review (thanks!) of Lazy Thief which you can read here.

Regarding the only “negative” part of the article, the simplicity of the art… That was largely a function of time constraints and a desire to keep simple certain aspects of the game. I’m not defending the comment, I agree with it. I just want folks to know that it was my decision and NOT AT ALL a failing of the super-talented artist, Ajay Karat.

Rest assured if there’s a follow up, the art and everything else will go to 11 :)

You can play Lazy Thief here.

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Lazy Thief Released on ArmorGames.com

This past Friday I released a new web-game called Lazy Thief on Armor Games. It’s a project I chipped away at over the course of about a year with artist and friend Ajay Karat of Devils Garage. It’s hardly the Mona Lisa, but given the circumstances I’m quite pleased with how it turned out.

I may write a post-mortem one day but for now I’m just enjoying the divine embrace of a recently completed project :D Mmmmmm

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With a Twist

I used to run a little webcomic that I called “With a Twist”. I think I wrote around 75 comics for it over the course of maybe 2 years. The site doesn’t exist anymore but I do still have all the comics. I thought it might be fun to post some of them here from time to time. Since we’re right about at the halfway point between Mother’s Day and Father’s day, here’s a comic that was inspired by my folks.

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If The Ocarina of Time Was Made Today

There seems to be a trend of allowing users to buy their way through challenges. Isn’t this counter to the point of games?

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