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This weekend was the first time I had ever been part of a themed pub crawl. Our group met up at my apartment early afternoon. My bathroom was packed with zombies applying makeup and blood effects. The rest of us hung out in the living room and played Left 4 Dead and watched zombie movies. Our first stop was Gold Medal Park where there were groups of other zombies waiting for the crawl to start. It was freezing outside! They immediately recognized the Left 4 Dead group (Meagan and co.) and went in for the attack.
Welcome to the latest post of The[Crafty] Gamer! Keep those submissions coming and show your creations to the world! This week The[Crafty]Gamer features Seattle native David Ngo and his Perler Bead creations inspired by underdog video game franchises.
Welcome to the first official post of The[Crafty]Gamer! Read on to learn more about Minnesota native Ashley Hay, her T-shirt designs and what it took to put these pieces together.
Use this post as a reference on how future posts will be laid out. If you're interested in submitting any of your video game inspired creations (doesn't matter if you're a rookie or a pro) check out the submission guidelines. I welcome all things creative in any medium so keep the submissions coming! Enough of my blabbing. Let's get started.
Welcome to the new home of Game Informer online! The new site gives us all the opportunity to really break beyond the pages of the magazine to deliver more content and interact with the gaming community.We’re all here because we have a common hobby: playing video games. Not only do these blogs give us the opportunity to chat about what we’re playing, industry happenings and more, but also let us go beyond the controller and talk about the culture as a whole. In the video game world we not only have gamers, we have cosplayers, toy makers, musicians, artists and more who find a way to link these hobbies back to video games (check out other editors’ blogs that cover some of these hobbies). In an industry that demands insurmountable creativity from its developers, it’s no surprise that fans ooze with creativity of their own.
Question: Do you have what it takes to submit to the Crafty Gamer blog? Yes.
You design Mario-inspired T-shirts. You create figurines based off the Magnacarta series. You knit Okami plush toys. Whatever video-game inspired pieces you create in your spare time are eligible for submission, regardless of medium you choose. Creativity is all that matters. If you're not the crafty-type, but love to collect or just know where to find quality work we want to hear from you, too!