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Posted by Steve Fulton on Mon, 18 Feb 2013 08:04:00 EST in
HTML5 Canvas + Chrome + Webcam = Video Puzzle Of You (demo)

Posted by Steve Fulton on Wed, 23 Jan 2013 01:31:00 EST in Design, Smartphone/Tablet
I believe technology has reached the point where "retro" game collections can move beyond mere curious nostalgia, and truly return players to a specific time and place in their past.

Posted by Steve Fulton on Tue, 22 Jan 2013 09:25:00 EST in Design, Smartphone/Tablet
While many people have heard of the Jaguar's Tempest 2000 and Alien Vs. Predator, there are very few other games from Atari's post-1984 console output that have been hailed in the hallowed halls of video game history.

Posted by Steve Fulton on Mon, 21 Jan 2013 06:07:00 EST in Design, Smartphone/Tablet
Atari Inc. created a ton of games and I.P. that have yet to be remade in the modern era. There are lesser-known 9 coin-op games I think would make great casual web and mobile games in 2013

Posted by Steve Fulton on Thu, 03 Jan 2013 05:15:00 EST in Business/Marketing, Console/PC
The People's History Of The First Video Game Company: "Atari Inc: Business Is Fun" Book Review

Posted by Steve Fulton on Wed, 02 Jan 2013 10:34:00 EST in
The term "mid-core" has been thrown around over the past year to describe a Facebook games that appeal to more serious gamers. However, it's origins are much more general.

Posted by Steve Fulton on Tue, 01 Jan 2013 12:58:00 EST in
Electronic and Video games are usually good Christmas gifts. However, sometimes they fail.

Posted by Steve Fulton on Thu, 29 Nov 2012 09:26:00 EST in Business/Marketing, Indie
More things we've learned the hard way. More bitter than funny.

Posted by Steve Fulton on Thu, 15 Nov 2012 01:33:00 EST in Design, Indie
Emergent game play has existed since nearly the dawn of video games. Here are few of my personal favorites.

Posted by Steve Fulton on Sat, 03 Nov 2012 10:09:00 EDT in Programming, Indie
Updating old code, especially code I have not touched in nearly a decade is like a ride in a time machine. A really crappy time machine that only highlights my mistakes makes me feel like an idiot.

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