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Patch mononymous's Blog

 

Hey there, Reader!

My name's Patch, and I've been scribbling things for and about video games for over a decade at this point. Kinda weird how fast time goes when you get nerdy about something.

I have a penchent for video game writing and design, and a deep love for fellow indie developers. Some may know me from my Indie Delve article series (under the moniker: DetectivePlunkett, on Kotaku), where I interview indie developers and ask them questions I really never see game journalists ask. Other's may know me because I'm a weird artsy person, and I get around in weird artsy scenes. Or maybe you know me from that time I held open the door for you at that store, thinking you were also going in, but you weren't actually going in, and we made eye contact, and it was really awkward, but we still smiled at each other because that's what you're supposed to do.

Or maybe you don't know me at all! However you got here, welcome! I hope you get something positive out of my silly words, and feel the need to share some of your own with me!

 

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Twitter: @PatchScribbles

Instagram: @Patchtakinpictures

 

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Posted by Patch mononymous on Mon, 06 Jun 2016 12:39:00 EDT in Business/Marketing, Production, Serious, Indie
The movie tie-in game is nearly extinct, leaving a niche in the marketplace just waiting to be taken up by someone willing to do it proper justice.