December 29th 2015
2015 in Review: My Work
I was originally going to release this year-end rundown all in one piece, but I realised it's very long and therefore probably best split into three parts. First, the most skippable part: A look back at games and stories I released this year.
November 17th 2015
Eleven Statements About Cape
This isn't quite a postmortem; it's more a set of responses and observations about Cape.
May 27th 2015
When the Land Goes Under the Water: Mini-Postmortem
Shufflecomp, which has just closed its second edition, is an IF competition in which entrants swap playlists and make games based on songs. Not content with taking part in the previous two IF comps, I entered Shufflecomp this year.
When the Land Goes Under the Water, pseudonymously released under the name Nikephoros de Kloet, was my entry.
May 12th 2015
Mere Anarchy Postmortem
I said I wasn't going to write a postmortem for Mere Anarchy. Well, I kind of lied. This is the actual postmortem. As you might expect, it contains spoilers for the game; so if you haven't played it yet, I suggest you do before reading.
March 15th 2015
Terminator Chaser: the Postmortem
This is a postmortem for Terminator Chaser, my ParserComp 2015 entry. As you might expect, it contains severe spoilers for the game.
This postmortem is based on my own impressions of replaying the game after its release, but it's also based on watching the reaction to the game itself. I want to single out reviews from Sam Kabo Ashwell and Emily Short, as well as the players who submitted feedback through ParserComp's judging form.
You can play or download the post-comp release of Terminator Chaser, with various improvements, here.