Although the creators are recognized in gaming, they do not have as much recognition outside of the medium. This article dives into the obscurity of the passionate minds that have influenced the industry.
I had the pleasure of interviewing another writer from Yelling at Children, Ink_Sparrow. I sat down with them for around 20 minutes, and during that time we discussed a range of topics, from their writing to their childhood.
ToothFairy appears just like any other Templestowe College student. However, behind his laptop screen, you might catch him dropping into Tilted Towers in Fortnite or practicing for the New York ballet.
Most big game developers think glitches are just issues to be ironed out. But what if they are more? And if they are, then why do developers murder them without hesitation.
Yelling At Children acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which we play, write and grow as people. We pay our respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Elders past, present and emerging, who reside in the area and have been an integral part of the region’s history. At Yelling at Children, the writers and editors collectively hope that all gamers will soon see more authentic representation of all First Nation’s peoples within the games that we play and love, and more importantly within the Government of the land in which we live and play.