Category Archives: Twine

A Fistful of Pasta

Game made during the Berlin Mini Game Jam A Maze Edition, April 2019.  One of the themes was “The Pasta is out of control!”.  We had the idea of making a spaghetti western themed game, in an obvious pun.  The … Continue reading

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The Quest of the Daisy Flower

Usually at the Berlin Mini Game Jam we select not one, but three themes.  The idea is that the themes should serve as inspiration, and some participants might not be very inspired by the most voted theme.  When that happens, … Continue reading

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Division by Zero

This is a game that was started at the Game Jam that took place in the Game Science Center in Berlin, in June 2016. It was in the context of the Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften (Long night of the sciences). … Continue reading

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The incredible and mysterious adventure of Unekins the Unicorn

This is the game Kirill Krysov and myself made together at the Berlin Mini Game Jam on December 2014.  The theme we based it on was “rainbows”. Right from the beginning, we knew that if it was going to be … Continue reading

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Not a haiku

On July 2013, as a collaboration with Lorenzo from OpenTechSchool and Astrid, we organized what we nicknamed “Twinejam“.  The goal was to introduce new people to the joys of game making by showing them the wonderful tool called Twine. Since … Continue reading

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Choose your own ipsum

One of the first experiments I did with Twine.  I was wondering if I could do a stripped-down version of a choose-your-own-adventure game, reducing it to an even more minimalistic form. The texts are randomly generated gibberish.  For generating them … Continue reading

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Shy Kid

This is a game I made on the October’12 Berlin Mini Game Jam.  One of the selected themes was “Panic”, and I had the idea of writing a story of a shy boy who has to confront his fears and … Continue reading

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