Posts tagged “auntie pixelante”
March 16, 2012"When people in the mainstream and the media talk about videogames, they talk about big publishers, big budgets, blockbuster successes. That's not what videogames are—or, rather, it's ONE of the things videogames are. But they're also these small, interesting, personal experiences by hobbyist authors. People don't talk about that aspect of games enough—Zinesters exists to be a kind of ambassador for that idea of what videogames can be." -- Anna Anthropy
April 27, 2011GG: Have you found that lesbian bloggers/gamers have responded more positively to it than their gay male (and even straight male) counterparts? If so, why do you think that is? AA: Lots of queer and trans women have said good things to me about the game, which is ultimately the thing I want most from my games: To make a space in games culture for other queer women to feel safe raising their voices, to get other queers and pervos excited about game creation. GG: What's the one thing you want people--LGBT or otherwise--to get out of playing this game? AA: A big fat orgasm.