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Wormwood Studios
Developed Primordia. Wrote for Torment: Tides of Numenera and many other games. Next up: Fallen Gods and Strangeland.
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Wormwood Studios Feb 19
No, made Technobabylon. We made Primordia. :)
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Henry Pucknell Feb 19
Got some more concept art from through the post the other day :D Cant wait to get these framed (The cityscape is from the game Primordia and the building is from the new game hes working on - Strangeland i think)
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Wormwood Studios Feb 18
Replying to @IQ_Adventures
Yep—all these material things that were achingly desired and hopelessly expensive to a little kid turn out to be affordable once one loses the capacity for excitement over them. :)
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Wormwood Studios Feb 16
Replying to @weirdokay
10 hours! Talk about a scenic tour. :)
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Wormwood Studios Feb 15
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Wormwood Studios Feb 15
Replying to @NerdWABS
Thanks for the kind words!
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NerdWithABigStick Feb 15
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Kate Feb 11
I've played Primordia, Technobabylon, and Gemini Rue - all have been great! Nab 'em on sale:
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Wormwood Studios Feb 11
Replying to @TechnocratGames
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Wormwood Studios Feb 9
Not much more time to get Primordia for 75% off in the : A retro adventure game that uses robots to explore what it means to be a human.
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Wormwood Studios Feb 9
I love the scale in this game.
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Wormwood Studios Feb 8
knocked it out of the park!
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Wormwood Studios Feb 8
Replying to @mrblackplays
It's gonna get me a lot of Scrabble points, I'll tell you that. Kwyjibo move over!
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Wormwood Studios Feb 8
Replying to @nytimes
Oh, you say, but surely would never use such a gauche word! And yet, here we find it in 1972: And what's great, is because of associative article placement, we get this screenshot!
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Wormwood Studios Feb 8
"Complexifier" is a "real word" in English. Like all words, it was once a neologism, but not Bezos's in 2019. At the latest, it was coined by Senator Moynihan, becoming his signature. Here it's being used to describe him in 1970 in the Harvard Bulletin:
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Wormwood Studios Feb 8
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Wormwood Studios Feb 7
That first pic looks like it should have the Mark II in the background!
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Wormwood Studios Feb 7
That’s a strangely precise prediction.
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Wormwood Studios Feb 4
Replying to @flightofmorning
“Urbani manufactured war machines, churned out an army and three war gods to lead them. Metropol created six titans and gave them dominion over the city. Municipa made slaves of the earth around them and prayed that was enough to save them. And Civitas birthed me."
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Wormwood Studios Feb 4
Replying to @flightofmorning
Just finished, and very much enjoyed, your story. In particular, I thought this paragraph did a neat job of applying the Primordia world-building method of alluding to icons at the hazy edge of vision:
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