Tag: videogames

GAMECELL Recap: 2-Min Fly By — Wedding Night

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Ladies Night: A Special GameCell Recap

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

Sacrifice Night: A Mostly-Autonomous GameCell

In which our group of dudes run the GameCell meet-up almost entirely by themselves and we explore sacrifice and how it relates to now.

Articles: Playing as Oppressed, Spiritual Formation, and “NecroDancing”

Josh talks about playing as a teenage girl in an arranged marriage, how his relationship with Jesus intersects with games, and why he’s excited to dance to a roguelike videogame.

Resurrection, Alzheimers, and Alpha Protocol

In which, we explore some of the best stuff from April because we’re lazy and didn’t share it until now…

Elsewhere: Knytt Underground – The Simultaneous Walk of the Faithful and Faithless

I was tempted to simply say that this game was the Skyrim of Metroidvanias. Good thing I have editors that talked me into writing about something much more interesting than that. Walking with the faithless as a person of faith? Much more relevant to the world.

Jay Tholen’s New Album

Like Happy-weird Jesus-lovin’ Music? So Jay Tholen is a really rad dude that I love a lot and want lots of my friend to love, too. He makes brilliant wacky music about his love for Jesus. And he’s also making videogames. In short? He’s what Love Subverts is all about.

Hearts, Minds, and Book Finds

I read now more than ever. But most of my reading is online. So it came as a surprise when I found myself spending $33.16 on a pair of books when I was at Hearts & Minds with Adam (my best man) and Lina (his 18-month-old daughter) this past Saturday. Even worse, the books were the first I grabbed and I didn’t spend more than thirty seconds deciding on them.

Hotline Miami and the Holy Spirit

So I had to wonder: how do I play a game like this while being filled with the Holy Spirit? Short answer? I think it’s possible. I can and should be playing it that way, but I haven’t been.

Death to Videogame Sexism!

I recently learned about the mania that was happening around Anita Sarkeesian this summer. If you missed it too, her TEDxWomen talk will bring you out of the loop: