Wolfenstein: The New Colossus

I have previously professed my undying love and affection for Machine Games’ version of Wolfenstein. I am at maximum hype capacity for this next release! As luck would have it, I got to create (write, creative direct, etc.!) a sponsored post for the new game on Imgur!

Here’s a sneak peek….

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And you can view the entire post here…

Alternate History: When Nazis Rule America

Hope you’re swell folks! Also, if you didn’t know… alter-ego me wrote a couple of books over the summer and the very first book was a finalist for a prize! Read more about it over on FollowMeToCertainDoom.com!

National Sewing Machine Day – June 06, 2017

Damn, FMTCD. Back at it again with those National Days posts…

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Catwoman Sewing

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Battlefield 1 On Twitch

Here’s a look at another program I worked on this time for Battlefield 1. The commercials were particularly rad. Find them at this link.

Wrap Video: Stranger Things

I should have posted this months ago, but… stuff. Anywho, a wrap video on the Stranger Things activation we did with N3rdfusion and iiJeriichoii. It was a terrific program.

Follow Me To Certain Doom

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I have a new personal project. It’s been a rough sort of year so far, and I’m looking for ways to make my daily life more fun, more interesting, more ridiculous.

So, I started a new blog/game called Follow Me To Certain Doom – workplace challenges to make your day more interesting.

Each week, I’ll post a new challenge for you to undertake at work. I’ll provide rules and scoring criteria. I’ll even provide a spreadsheet you can use to calculate your scores.

I just posted the second challenge last night and, so far, the response has been awesome. Complete strangers have been sending me images of their challenge results for me to post to the FMTCD Instagram. EXCITEMENT!

Please check it out. If you like it, join the FMTCD Challenge Alert mailing list.

The Far Side

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When I was a kid, the idea of playing video games for a living was a cartoon punchline.

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