Limbo was undoubtedly one of the most beautiful, striking games I’ve played—And it looks like Playdead will not disappoint with their next one either.
Nothing I’ve seen so far about the XBox One has been very enticing—until now. Below is a new game in development by the team that created Sword & Sworcery, by far my favorite game on the iPad. Like S&S, Below looks to feature a phenomenal soundtrack, a mysterious storyline, and incredible art direction. The game is set to be an exclusive to the XBox One, though I’m hoping more platforms are under consideration.
You want it, too: brain scan studies reveal that the sight of an attractive product can trigger the part of the motor cerebellum that governs hand movement. Instinctively, we reach out for attractive things; beauty literally moves us.NYT: Why We Love Beautiful Things
There’s an amazing collection of fan art forming for Brothers’ indie game, Sword & Sworcery — and not without good reason. This game was, undoubtedly, my favorite game on iOS so far, with its fantastic story line, stunning artwork, and quirky dialogue.
It lets users create mixels in a few minutes, casually, almost without time to let their inner inhibitions about Art-with-a-capital-A take over. That’s exactly what we were going for.
Khoi Vinh on Mixel, a new social collage app.
During my brief stint in design school, collage was definitely one of my favorite activities. I could see this app quickly becoming one of my favorites. While I love the simplicity of its tools, I would certainly appreciate some more precise cropping features (which Khoi mentions are in progress).
If you’re on Mixel, add me as a friend and let’s make some collages!
The Burger’s Inner Core by David Schwen.