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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 - 03/17/2015 - 06:44]

It is indeed a wonderful ...

It is indeed a wonderful game, and I certainly remembering when growing up loving it for its simplicity in controls and wonderful atmosphere compared to the overly complex and light-hearted adventure games of the time. r n r nOne thing to note - the Steam version is not the best ...

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 think the problem with ...

I think the problem with both PDL and the Berlin approach is this tickbox feature way of looking at games. It says little about how the game actually plays. The intersection of procedural content and permadeath generates this interesting nexus of tense, refreshing gameplay, but it needs more than those ...

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 ...