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Tag Archives: game writing
The interview starts about 20 minutes or so in. Beneath a Steel Sky & Broken Sword with Steve Ince – The Retro Hour EP35
Oh Lucky Man… Still It’s been twelve years since I wrote the first of the original Developing Thoughts pieces, shortly after I turned freelance following eleven years with Revolution Software. The time feels right to revisit the pieces I wrote … Continue reading
I’ve created two new flyers to advertise two different aspects of the things I’m currently doing. So if you know of any developers looking for a writer or any schools/teachers who might like me to give a talk, please pass on … Continue reading
I created a short promotional video highlighting the services I offer.
The talks from the LAUNCH Conference a few weeks ago have been posted. My talk starts at about 5:14:00 but there’s a little problem with the sound in places. I hope it doesn’t stop people understanding what I’m saying.
I took part in a game writing podcast recorded at this year’s London Screenwriters’ Festival, which has just been released. Although I’m obviously biased, Tim, Tony, Rudolf and myself covered a lot of valuable points. 40 minutes of fun and … Continue reading
I’m currently reading The Insider’s Guide to Writing for Television by Julian Friedmann and Christopher Walker. On the whole it’s a very good book and although it has a few small things I didn’t like, the good parts far outweigh … Continue reading
…from 20 years in the games industry. February 1st 2013 marks 20 years in the games industry for me. I joined Revolution Software in 1993 and it’s been a fantastic career so far, thanks initially to everyone at Revolution … Continue reading
This Thursday, 15th Nov, I’m taking part in a Google+ Hangout in which I’ll be talking about writing for games. The Hangout is organised by Heather Taylor of Red on Black Productions and you can hook up in a number … Continue reading