Jason Rohrer’s Emotionally Charged Video Games

Jason Rohrer’s Emotionally Charged Video Games
technology
Dan Gould
  • 24 november 2008

Esquire has published a poignant profile of video game revolutionary Jason Roher. The game designer has been helping to quietly change the common held notions of what video games are. Roher’s extraordinarily simple games are often hailed as art, little pixelated games that evoke emotional truths about life, and even drive players to tears.

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