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Parable of the Polygons

Nicky Case

Why societies become segregated when everyone wants to live in a diverse, but not too diverse neighbourhood. A playable explainer on how harmless choices can make a harmful world. Brilliant.

Published in Weekly Filet #209 In collection: Best of 2015


Rain Projects

A brilliant, minimalistic smartphone game. No images, no music, no animation. Just riddles in plain text. (If you, like me, are not really into Star Wars, keep that in mind when you get stuck for the first time).

Published in Weekly Filet #205

Oh no


Oh no, an instant productivity killer: a little Sudoku-like browser game about blue and red dots.

Published in Weekly Filet #203

Cards Against Originality

Cards Against Originality

Self-proclaimed «party game for horrible people» Cards Against Humanity has probably provided me with the hardest laughs of 2014. The only problem: Usually when you find yourself in company of a couple wonderfully horrible people (and a drink or two), you don’t have those cards with you. Until now. There’s now an online version – which you still play while in the same room, but instead of the cards, you only need your smartphones. The perfect way to spend a totally blasphemous Easter weekend.

Published in Weekly Filet #202