When A Game Becomes Work

Daily, Wyatt and I have been playing Supercell’s Clash Royale since early December. Clash Royale, for those who do not know, is a game that features a combination of card collecting and tower defense, all set against a multiplayer battle arena. We’ve played with people around the world, battling for dominance and upgrades. The otherContinue reading “When A Game Becomes Work”

Rules of the Game – Don’t Be A Jerk

Last night, I was playing Fall Guys with Wyatt. We were having a good time. We loaded into a game mode called Treat Thieves. In Treat Thieves, you have to either: I was playing defense and guarding the jail release button when someone from my team came up and hit the button. What? We hadContinue reading “Rules of the Game – Don’t Be A Jerk”

God Loves You / I’m Just Getting Started

Forgotten, collecting dust, that’s the state I found my grandparent’s Atari in. I was young, as in kindergarten/first grade young, when I had my first tastes of the digital world. The game was Combat, which was released in 1977, on the Atari 2600. Combat featured a tank game that forced players to go head-to-head. NavigatingContinue reading “God Loves You / I’m Just Getting Started”

Red Flags, Video Games, and the Gospel

For years, with a handful of people, I helped run a successful Christian video game group on Facebook. I learned several things through that time (these two things being a primary standout): Be careful who you partner with. Make sure that they have the same vision, work ethic, goals, etc. When games become more importantContinue reading “Red Flags, Video Games, and the Gospel”