Chris Priestman

free play

The Real World Sucks Right Now, the Very Chill 'Cycles' Does Not

This tiny, free game offers a window to a happier world.
Chris Priestman
5.5.17
Syria

A Game About Syrian Refugees and WhatsApp

'Bury Me, My Love' is a game that seeks to humanize the experience of migrants fleeing Syria for a broad audience.
Chris Priestman
5.1.17
free play

Finally, There's a Game About Taking Pictures with Your Drunk Coworkers

Take selfies with your best work-friends and their hammered faces in 'Self Control.'
Chris Priestman
4.28.17
free play

'4Ever Transit Authority' Now Has Service to a Beautiful Tomorrow

Imaginary travel through surreal sci-fi cities never looked so good.
Chris Priestman
4.21.17
free play

Relive Wild Road Rage Fantasies in 'Howard Phillips Lovecar'

'Howard Phillips Lovecar' is an id-fueled car-murder game with nostalgia to spare.
Chris Priestman
4.12.17
free play

Screw the Gender Binary in 'Man/Woman'

It’s almost like assigning genders to colors is meaningless...
Chris Priestman
4.7.17
free play

Face Your Deepest Existential Fears in 'TRIHAYWBFRFYH'

'The Rapture Is Here And You Will Be Forcibly Removed From Your Home' delivers a powerful, existentially terrifying punch in just 20 minutes.
Chris Priestman
4.5.17
Rain World

'Rain World' Is Like 'STALKER' but a Platformer and You're a Rodent

Game design looks different when you start from the middle of the food chain.
Chris Priestman
3.27.17
free play

Mindlessly Dance Through Cartoon Fantasies in ‘Palmystery’

Designer Paloma Dawkins’ latest work is a ‘surreal horror cartoon video game’ with lots of hands.
Chris Priestman
3.24.17
Game Design

The Endless Light and Hunger of Cities in Games

A study on urban spaces in our virtual worlds.
Chris Priestman
3.19.17
free play

Play The World's Happiest Postal Simulator in 'Morning Post'

'Morning Post' shows that mail can be joyous.
Chris Priestman
3.17.17
politics

These Designers Want to Keep Protest Alive via Games

The creators of 'Casual Games for Protestors' hope to prevent fatigue and encourage political engagement.
Chris Priestman
3.8.17
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