Category: Spicy Horse

  • Call for Sponsors

    My Shanghai-based game development studio and our sister game art-outsourcing company (Vykarian – are running a video game art contest in China to spotlight the best and brightest game art talent in the country. We are working in partnership with a China’s most prominent gamer/IT magazine, “PopSoft” ( In addition to their huge online […]

  • A New World

    For all my worries about her safety, the cat made it to Shanghai before me. I guess it helped that she had her visa in order. Star (that’s her name) is a surprisingly well adapted travel-cat. If you’re ever shipping a pet to or from Hong Kong/China and looking for a good service, I highly […]

  • Shanghaied!

    Once again I am compressing my life into a few boxes and making a major move. This time the destination is Shanghai in the People’s Republic of China. I’m leaving behind Hong Kong, which has been my home for the past 2 years. Looking back, I feel like I’ve only been here a few weeks. […]

  • Should video games be more like TV shows?

    Luke O’Brian over at Slate talks about episodic gaming: Should video games be more like TV shows? I’m old now, and I’ve got to work and pay bills. I’m not alone. According to the Entertainment Software Association, the average gamer is now 33 years old, an age at which marathon gaming sessions are (usually) impossible. […]

  • red

    wouldn’t you like to know what this is about? -Update, October 12th 2006 Just a little FYI: “Red” as a project is something that I’ve been working on for the better part of a year. It’s envisioned as a full-blown entertainment property with game, film, and other components. Development on Red is, for the time […]