Simple Article: Censorship or Regulation? – Lines in the Sand

By Ho Qingxiang To be Safe or to be Free? Across the world, there are many different variants of regulations to control entertainment. In Singapore, we have laws like the Public Entertainments and Meetings Act that govern what is appropriate in terms of artistic pursuits. Many differences of such regulations depend on the cultures as… Continue reading Simple Article: Censorship or Regulation? – Lines in the Sand

Spotlight Interview: Brandon Yu aka Chaoclypse

Brandon Yu graduated from Digipen Singapore in 2020 and has been solo-developing small games while balancing freelance jobs. He has won multiple awards at game jams and carries on to publish game prototypes on his itch.io channel. Recently, he has been working towards full commercial releases for his games. We speak to Brandon on his… Continue reading Spotlight Interview: Brandon Yu aka Chaoclypse

How I would Make the next ARMS Game

By Ho Qingxiang An Underdog Fighter with Potential ARMS is a new IP and a new fighting game developed by Nintendo exclusive for the Nintendo Switch in 2017. The main feature of the game is the springy extendable limbs of its boxer-like fighters who attack each other while strafing across an arena. Despite receiving favourable… Continue reading How I would Make the next ARMS Game

Spotlight Interview: Timothi Lim from The Doodle People

The Doodle People is part of a growing industry of service providers who seek to apply game design thinking and game development skills into areas that are not just computer games. From education to art installations, the company looks at experimenting with new technologies to help communicate and visualise ideas better. Timothi, Creative Director at… Continue reading Spotlight Interview: Timothi Lim from The Doodle People