Team Bunnylove has been furiously at work finishing new levels and characters, recruiting beta testers, building a community on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. We will be presenting the game at the Sheep’s Meow Arcade (Jan 16), Playcrafting (Feb 5), and Indiecade East (Feb 14), come say hello if you see us there!
We are rolling out the new global Economist Group Media Businesses template this January. In addition to the template, there is an image library of over 3,000 pre-formatted images (including 400 icons), pre-fromatted slides (with charts, mockups, and maps), slides with current information about products and data, redesigned request forms and tutorials, all searchable by keyword, and compatible with each other.
It was great to catch up with old friends and meet some new ones at New York’s annual playdate, which features an array of games from global and local makers, game designers, and tinkerers. The event took place in Dumbo, under the Manhattan bridge, and in some of the neighboring spaces near the water.
Eyeo is an annual event for data enthusiasts, artists and hackers, held in mellow Minneapolis, MN. Pretty much all of the sessions were informative and inspiring, which is not surprising with a line-up featuring people like Mike Bostock, Paola Antonelli, Kim Rees, Giorgia Lupi, Cesar Hidalgo, Santiago Ortiz and Nick Felton. By the end I definitely had a brain crush on the amazing Kate Crawford, whose talk on “invisibility” scrambled my brain in the best way possible. Honorable mention to to Brooklyn artist Lauren McCarthy, who uses code to create deliciously provocative art pieces.
Playing a quick game of “Paperdude” on the Oculus Rift before the keynote speeches
Eyeo was amazing:
After weeks of hard, hard work the day has finally come! You can check it out here.