Tag: Thomas Was Alone

Ladies Night: A Special GameCell Recap

These ladies rocked the GameCell experience. We recap our first-ever GameCell Ladies Night.

GameCell – ‘Empathy for Others’ Night

“Who comes to mind when you hear the word, ‘enemy?'” James and Alex offered their answers: “Satanists,” “Muslims” (half joking), and “the guy who used to beat me up every day.”

Weekend Roundup – Nov 26

Thanksgiving day involved a lot of moving parts. And by that, I mean we were moving a lot of parts. Since the house was still full of unpacked boxes and and unorganized furniture, we had to get settled.

Thomas Was Alone, Then He Met The Church

For some, gameplay is everything. For others? Narrative. Videogames are a strange medium where a narrator can make the game work (as proven by Bastion). Thomas Was Alone takes that one step further my bringing us an emotionally compelling narrative. It doesn’t hurt that the game has has a savvy Brit for a narrator. He tells us in humorous elocution how the titular character, Thomas, was feeling.

Elsewhere: Seeing The Potential In Everyone

Thomas Was Alone came out today on Steam for PC and Mac. It’s purely a coincidence that today Gamechurch published my article about the game.