Sunday Loot: Top Tweets From This Week

Happy Sunday, friends! We saw quite a number of new faces join the community this week, which is always awesome. Hello and welcome! For those who don’t already know, I curate a roundup of all the posts featured in the past week as well as the top tweets from the folks fighting to make games culture a more inclusive, safer space. ✌ If you’re interested in joining our initiative and contributing thoughts/art of your own, check out our FAQ and Submissions page. We’d love to have you join us!

Let’s jump right in, shall we? Ellie kicked off Monday morning with her #GameDev Starter Pack, perfect for beginners trying their hand at making a game. Shel Shepard shared her experiences of online gaming and the inevitable harassment that comes with being a woman in that space. There’s also Jackie O’s fresh take on video games as an art form, given the fact that she was formerly a non-gamer. Apparently, I incited quite the interesting discussion with my critique on Sera as the stereotypical lesbian character, though my feminist piece on the new Game of Thrones installment from Telltale was way more fun to write. I’d also stop by Charlotte’s post too, as she artfully broke down the concept of gameplay and story for us.

Don’t forget to check out CastPixel’s spectacular pixel art for our Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr pages! We’re in love. 💕






And a special thank you to the following lovely people, who happen to be some of our volunteer writers! 💕


[Editor’s Note: If at any time you don’t feel comfortable with your tweets being used in our Sunday Loot series, let us know by emailing and we’ll make sure you’re added to our removal list. ♥]

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