We spoke with Z’Isle/Distraction Machine creator Lateef Martin about building a music-composition visual novel game inspired by his own invention, the lethelium bike harp.
Inspired by the infamous MKUltra “Montreal experiments” that took place at McGill in the 1960s, Outlast goes multiplayer in its new incarnation.
From an adorable maze game to whimsical bridge-building to mystical interactive fiction to dark dates in the city, these games offer a range of ways to play local.
The Ubisoft Indie Series, Indie Asylum’s game preview event, Double Stallion’s anniversary and more.
This new game is part apocalyptic fantasy, part Instagram travel blog, following a young woman’s first journey outside her remote village.
We spoke to one of the founders of the local studio Clever Endeavour about how the game has blown up.
“The 2022 edition of MEGAMIGS saw the glorious, in-person return of the Montreal festival, with a focus on discovery and playability.”
“Montreal is home to over 200 studios and publishers with 20,000 folks working in the industry. What makes Montreal different is that it’s an art-first city. It caters to whimsy and imagination, and rewards playfulness.”
We spoke to the husband of late cartoonist Geneviève Castrée about the children’s book she didn’t quite finish.
Author Cecil Castellucci on channeling the drama of sports and opera.