Lesestoff vom 27. März 2013

  • GDC 2013: Anna Anthropy Interview | Superlevel

    It’s the most exciting thing that’s ever happened in video games. For the first time in the history of contemporary video games all these voices who previously have been barred to contributing to video games are suddenly able to. If you can write a story you can use Twine.

    anna anthropy im interview mit superlevel über twine.

  • Forecast

    create our own full-featured weather service from scratch, complete with 7-day forecasts that cover the whole world, beautiful weather visualizations, and a time machine for exploring the weather in the past and far future. You can access it from all of your devices, whether it be your laptop, iPhone, Android phone, or tablet.

    via daring fireball

  • Excel is now an RPG

    A Canadian accountant has built a role playing game (RPG) inside of Excel. It’s called Arena.Xlsm, and it does in fact work.

    from Pinboard (network items for bufflon)

  • Digg Blog, We’re Building A Reader

    We hope to identify and rebuild the best of Google Reader’s features (including its API), but also advance them to fit the Internet of 2013, where networks and communities like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Reddit and Hacker News offer powerful but often overwhelming signals as to what’s interesting. Don’t get us wrong: we don’t expect this to be a trivial undertaking. But we’re confident we can cook up a worthy successor.

  • Transistor – The new game from the creators of Bastion – YouTube – gefällt.