Shown: Gaming Furever & Uncivil Gamers Logos

By Brandon/Saber725

Originally started in 2011, GamingFurever was a community driven site for gamers of all stripes. To commemorate the site being revamped and relaunched in 2023, I had the opportunity to reach out to the people behind it. Known by their fursonas Daxel the Deer and The Valraven, the duo form the driving force behind GamingFurever as well as their Uncivil Gamers stream team over on Twitch which at present consists of 3 members including themselves and upcoming channel Mentrum_Gaming. 

Known for their variety of content including shooters, horror survival games and a plethora of multiplayer experiences, you can find all three of them on Twitch under their own unique channels as well as a joint GamingFurever channel(Links to all socials will be provided at the end). Massive thanks to Daxel and Valraven for agreeing to do this! It's been a pleasure watching their gaming adventures and even participating on occasion.

edIn 1993 Genesis owners were given a surprising game that turned heads of Sega fans and critics. That game was Ecco The Dolphin. The game involved the player controlling Ecco as he transverses the ocean trying to locate clues to his missing pod. The game was beautiful and mesmerizing, and the game had a fantastic soundtrack as well. There was one thing that tripped up gamers was the unforgiving difficulty. However, although the game was hard, players continued to go back to the game. This series has a cult following, and to help commemorate the 20’th anniversary of the game I was able to get an interview with the game designer, Ed Annunziata! 

(Article originally published in 2013) We recently were able to grab an interview with Trent Custers, the Founder, Creative Director, and Game Designer of League of Geeks, a studio designing an upcoming indie title called "Armello", which features an anthropomorphic cast of characters. Check out what he had to say about the work so far on the game, and some special details about the story, characters, and furry influences.

Armello is a swashbuckling adventure that combines RPG elements with the strategic play of card and board games, creating a personal, story-fuelled experience.

You play as a 'Hero' from one of the four animal clans: Rat, Rabbit, Bear or Wolf. Players navigate their fully animated 3D character across the board (procedurally generated from 3D hex tiles) as they quest, scheme, explore, vanquish monsters, perform the Mad King's royal edicts, and face off against other players, with one ultimate end goal in mind—storming the palace and becoming King or Queen of Armello.

Armello is League of Geeks’ attempt to revolutionise digital board and card games, whilst providing players a rich world within which they can craft their very own stories of epic adventure.

Recently, I pointed our viewers to an in-production game titled (un)Lucky7. The game is a "horror, sci-fi themed, jRPG-view, story-driven, pixelart puzzle game" that is now running active campaigns on IndieGoGo and Steam Greenlight.

Blaze Sanecki, one of the men behind the Indie game studio Asylum Creatures, who is creating the game, gratefully answered a few questions we had about the upcoming furry-themed title.

(Originally posted in 2013) Acharky got a chance to sit down with CEO and Founder of Minicore Studios John E. Warren. Minicore is currently working on Laika Believes: The Sun at Night the first installment of a three part series of 2D action games being made for PC, Linux, and Mac OS.