I help design, promote and review videogames of all shapes and sizes, and have done for over ten years.
I’m currently working on a narrative-driven simulation game, to be revealed shortly, and Curry Clicker, a game that describes itself, due out very soon.
Previous titles I have worked on include Happy Feet 2 (Design), Game Room (Design), The Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole (Lead Design), Viva Pinata: Party Animals (Lead Design), The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night (Lead Design), The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning (Lead Design), TY The Tasmanian Tiger 3: Night of the Quinkan (Lead Design, Production), TY The Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue (Lead Design, Production)
I’ve got a great eye for game mechanics, player communication and pushing game designs further to make them better than ever. Let’s talk about what I can do for your game.
My background as a writer and affinity for speaking in public has helped many game projects get positive press and word of mouth. I’ve presented games at trade shows, consumer events and in the media on the internet, on television and on radio. I’ve also incorporated social media outreach into the overall promotional package, and managed successful crowd funding campaigns. This, and my network of contacts in the games and traditional press, have seen games I represented see great coverage.
Previous games I have worked on promoting include TY The Tasmanian Tiger 4, Ninja Pizza Girl, TY The Tasmanian Tiger: Boomerang Blast, The Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole, Blade Kitten and Game Room.
In short, I can help to get people talking about your game in the right way. Are you working on a game you’d love to see being talked about? It begins with saying hi.
I’ve worked as a professional games reviewer for print and online publications around the world, for a variety of target platforms and audiences.
Publications I’ve written for include GameSpot, IGN, Gamers.com, Hotgames, Pocket Gamer Magazine, TV Week, The Sunday Mail, Xpert Gamer, Official Australian Xbox Magazine, N64HQ, Reset 64 and many more.
My reviewing background has given me extensive insight into how game reviewers today will evaluate your game in its current or future state. I’d love to talk to you about how I can help you get better review scores in the future. Contact me today and let’s start the conversation.
Other Videogame Projects
Other videogame-related projects I have worked on include Game Review System, a website (and now a Twitter Bot) where budding game reviewers can generate fully readable, reasonably opinionated game reviews by answering a few multiple choice questions, and What Was That Game, a website where people can be reunited with games they used to enjoy but can’t remember the name of.