go ahead // rilo kiley
Rilo Kiley - A Better Son/Daughter
A game about the interaction between a player and a hostile, blinded enemy. Developed with Zack Zhang & Vanessa Briceño as semester-long project - Spring 2014
The player must draw the attention of a large, mechanical monster that guards the mine by making sounds and directing its violence towards her location - using the Boss as a tool and a weapon to escape the hazardous site.
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A view into the visual design process at the NYU Game Center from MFA project ‘Boss’. Visual design by Winnie Song.
Like when a phrase is stuck in your head but you don’t have any context for it - like how “Things Fall Apart” is a book I have never read and a phrase I will say constantly. The things in life that are right in front of you that you prevent yourself from knowing more about. Look, I have been listening to Rilo Kiley and No Doubt and Gwen Stefani and Jenny Lewis are really similar when you get down to it - strong without being intimidating, vulnerable without being weak. They both understand things fall apart.
near my dad’s house Autumn 2011
will u be my girlfriend
It’s been a busy week and I’m gonna go drink hot cocoa on my deck with my cats TTYL