Indie Game Reading Club

Indie Game Reading Club

I feel compelled to say a few things about this Collection I set up. 

As much fun as it is to write long posts and as gratifying as it is to hear that people enjoy them, I have to say the best part of this Collection is the threads. Holy cow do I have smart, thoughtful, well spoken people who participate. Amazing. 

I mean, did you see that Montsegur 1244 thread? If you didn’t, or if you think freeform-y hippie shit is not your bag, I strongly encourage you to go back to it (it was just yesterday) and read that thread. My word. Amazing. Thank you Rachel E.S. Walton, Brand Robins and Adam D for your amazing thoughts there.

Every week. Every week there’s at least one absolutely amazing thread. That thread about morality and race in Urban Shadows just last week, another great one. Crunch talk about Cartel, those overwrought postmortem roundtables, appropriation… Every week.

I have no idea what constellation of prompting (me) and community (you) and gestalt (the world) is coming together, but it’s better than anything. 

Just wanted to say thanks to everyone who jumps in and shares. I feel exceedingly lucky to have stumbled into you all.

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0 thoughts on “Indie Game Reading Club”

  1. I enjoy reading your reviews and notes on games even more than the very good threads. I’m definitely from a different school (diy/euro/uk-sandbox old school rpgs) but they are really helpful. Differently from pretty much everyone else you don’t seem to praise indie games you play because they’re “your school’s games”, if you know what I mean.

    Hence the great value. Also, you can definitely write well about the subject.

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