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After playing in the Star Trek: The Next Generation-inspired playthrough of Strangers on the Net, Alexis Ong wrote about her experience with the game for Fanbyte: I Pretended to Pretend to Be a Star Trek Character Online!
After presenting at A MAZE 2020 Total Digital as part of the Alt Ctrl panel, I (along with my peers, Squinky and Enric) spoke with Alexis Ong for Eurogamer about alt controllers and their future in the context of the pandemic, or “Alternate controllers in a world we can’t touch.”
Leading up to Upintheair Theatre’s e-Volver Festival, I was interviewed by Radio-Canada’s Boulevard du Pacifique about Strangers on the ‘Net.
Strangers on the ‘Net was highlighted as part of UpintheAir’s e-Volver Festival as part of CBC Arts’ 10 best bets for digital events, for the week of June 15th 2020.
Rock Paper Shotgun’s Kat Brewster wrote an article previewing the QGCon 2018 Arcade, which I helped curate, including transgalactica, which I co-created.
The Giant Beastcast crew talks about feeling human again at E3 after playing In Tune (around 28:30)
Game Informer named Tweed Couch Games as one of the Best Indies To Watch From E3 2015
GiantBomb staff chat a bit about In Tune during their E3 Day 02 Staff Impressions video (a little after 28:00).
GamesForChange.Org chats about In Tune as one of 10 Games they’re looking forward to for E3 2015
Laura Hudson of OffWorld on In Tune – Game illustrates sexual consent using skin contact as the controller
Megan Farokhmanesh of Polygon on In Tune – What video games can teach us about consent and intimacy
Matt Albrecht of The Mary Sue mentions Seventy-Eight – “Boss Up,” A Nicki Minaj-Themed Game Jam, Tackles Sexist Double Standards
Salon Ludique event writeup featuring In Tune – Salon Ludique 2: Frequencies
The Assembling Rosie team was interviewed for CBC Quebec AM.