Mostly Bits Newsletter - Issue #23

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Mostly Bits Newsletter - Issue #23
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Tony's Pick
Check out the Public Domain Review. It’s a contemporary web publication that plumbs the depths of content in the public domain. They cleverly monetize the operation by selling prints of public domain images, among other things. Awesome! This greatly aligns with parts of my personal philosophy informed by the likes of Creative Commons, Cory Doctorow, and Kirby Ferguson.
Did you know really big elephants are actually buildings?
Did you know really big elephants are actually buildings?
Kyle's Pick
I love puzzle games, so I was delighted to stumble across the Thinky Puzzles Quarterly newsletter from @corey_hardt. There are only two issues so far, but each one contains around 10 indie puzzle games with some clever mechanics. A lot of these are written in PuzzleScript, which seems like a neat prototyping tool as well.
Hit me up on Twitter if you stumble across any real gems - I’ve only tried a few of them.
9 puzzle games as viewed through a compound eye
9 puzzle games as viewed through a compound eye
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