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Darren Grey's Blog

 

Darren Grey is a roguelike developer, host of Roguelike Radio, writer for Tales of Maj'Eyal, tie-in writer for Elite: Dangerous, and far too busy otherwise. He lives in London and likes to play board games. Don't ask him what "roguelike" means, he usually gets himself confused discussing it. Follow on @dgrey0 for roguish ramblings.

 

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Comment In: [Blog - 12/16/2013 - 09:49]

Great to hear so many ...

Great to hear so many voices on the same subject, and all with something interesting to say. r n r nThe point on is that what you think the future would be like is an interesting one. Any fiction is a reflection on humanity in general, but sci-fi allows us ...

Comment In: [Blog - 12/03/2013 - 01:12]

I often treat roguelike as ...

I often treat roguelike as an adjective, rather than a genre. So you have roguelike platformers, roguelike shooters, etc. And then there 's the traditional roguelikes, of course. I change my mind on how to use roguelike depending on mood and context. Words work like that : r n r ...

Comment In: [Blog - 11/19/2013 - 02:16]

As the host of Roguelike ...

As the host of Roguelike Radio I really hope I don 't have to change my show name Thanks for the shout-out though : r n r nYou said that the genre name will change when there 's an AAA title from a major studio in it. Well, Diablo hasn ...

Comment In: [Blog - 06/20/2013 - 03:40]

I was very inspired by ...

I was very inspired by this article, Ramin - in fact, I decided to make a game about it A game called Monetizing Children, for the recent Molyjam: r n r nhttp://www.molyjam.com/games/169 r n r nRather tongue-in-cheek and lacking subtlety, but then it is a jam game... Shaz Yousaf wrote ...