2016 Stnd.gr qualifying tournaments
// Team Compassesh
// Team Dabbado
// Team Compassesh
On October 22nd at @Compassesh the fifteenth #StonedGamer Qualifying Tournament of the 2016 Season transforms into a Boss Battle featuring Team #Compassesh's @DJSkolOne.
Gym class in high school was the class period of the day where you would find my friends and I being completely reckless with our bodies. Had our gym coach been even a tad bit attentive, he would have witnessed true anarchy from 9 to 10:20 a.m. We would find ways to steal from the vending machine because someone decided to place one in the hallway leading to the gym. If you’re a group of teenagers and a vending machine is located in your vicinity, you’d be doing a disservice to yourself by not messing with it. Gym class was the only time of our day where we didn’t have to think about consequences of our actions because we could really do what we wanted, and so we did. We negotiated alliances, fed our clan with stolen Fritos, and made our own rules to certain sport games.
We would claim the Fourteenth Stoned Gamer Qualifying Tournament is our Halloween special, but we have two additional tournaments scheduled before Halloween even hits. It appears that we will be drowning in colorful plastic spiders and half-assed costumes by the end of the Stoned Gamer Tournament. No worries, we're pros at this stuff -- stuff being inane American holidays. Perhaps the world needs a National Stoned Gamer Holiday. October 2nd is the date in which we were founded, so let's shoot for that in 2017. Don't let us forget though.
We recently sat down with Steve Harmon, the man responsible for Awkward Dimensions Redux, an indie puzzle platformer for Linux, OSX and Windows that defies comprehensive description. The game is slated for steam release on the 21 st , and we took the opportunity to get a better perspective on what goes into small indie projects like this in terms of work and creative influences, and detail how a high-schooler in colorado took on this ambitious project: