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Play NYC 2019: Dean Razavi and His Trio of Games

Feature

Dean Razavi is a man that I've met more than a few times at past Playcrafting events.

The 6 Coolest Mobile Games We Saw at Play NYC 2019

TR Originals

Play NYC 2019 wasn't just about PC and console games; there were plenty of mobile games there as well. Some of these were exclusively mobile, but others were multiplatform affairs.

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Play NYC 2019: Mary Georgescu Talks Haiduc, Romanian Outlaws, and Narrative Experiences

Interview

"Haiduc" is both the name of a game and a company. Founded by Mary Georgescu, this company largely focuses on tabletop games with interesting narratives.

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Play NYC 2019: Zer0 Inbox Demo Clears The Board

Preview

Dilbert, Office Space, and The IT Crowd.

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Play NYC's Graffiti Games Celebrated LGBTQ+ Experiences (and They Were Pretty Darn Fun)

Feature

The Play NYC 2019 Graffiti Games made an interesting showing this year.

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Play NYC 2019: Blinks Lights Up The Gaming Scene

Preview

Blinks was one of the few games at Play NYC that I did not see intentionally.

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Play NYC 2019: Pure: Birth of the Goddess Delivers Platform Announcement

Preview

When I was at Playcrafting’s Spring 2019 Expo, one of the games that was in development and caught my eye was Pure: Birth of the Goddess by AngryOtterGames.

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Miasma Caves Basalt Caves Update Adds Depth

News

The Miasma Caves Basalt Caves Update is here, adding another layer of depth to this exploration and adventure game from Windy Games.

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Bose AR Packs a Lot of Sound in a Small Package

Preview

Bose is, quite literally, a household name. Whether it's your home stereo or the speakers in your vehicle, almost everyone knows about Bose.

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Play NYC 2019: Totem Delivers Magic

Preview

As was previously mentioned in my coverage of Play NYC 2019, I’m a sucker for a cool logo, and that is exactly what drew me to Other Moon Games’ Totem.