Now available: NPPD Rush Steam trading cards featuring artwork by Illarterate

Oh my, how could I have missed this? As of 27 July, you can collect Steam trading cards featuring designs by Illarterate from Railslave’s NPPD Rush: Milk of Ultra Violet game. Apparently that date

International Teletext Art Festival 2014: Not a walkthrough of Illarterate’s TXTPunk

In previous years, I have posted detailed walkthroughs of my entries for the last two editions of the International Teletext Art Festival. They didn’t necessarily need to be explored in such detail, but because

Text Mode is Text-TV is Video Text is Teletext: A chat with Chiptune Master Goto80

With the Finland leg of the 2013 International Teletext Art Festival underway, Illarterate decided to quiz participating artist Anders Carlsson on… everything but teletext art. Well, he is a fairly prominent figure in the

International Teletext Art Festival 2013 Wises Fwom The Gwave

Fancy a spot of time travel, Marty? Forget the fact we’re now in March 2014, because there’s unfinished business – it’s time to hop into our hyperspeed DeLoreans and head all the way back

Press Release: N.P.P.D. RUSH: THE MILK OF ULTRA VIOLET set for Steam release

Hold everything right there! Kiss Ltd. have issued a press release regarding the forthcoming indie smash NPPD Rush: The Milk of Ultra Violet, which is due to hit virtual shelves this Thursday, 13 February

NPPD Rush: The Milk of Ultra Violet now available for download

Hey, sir (or madam)! Have you been going through life without experiencing the joy of video games? No? Then, Mr Snow, I believe it is high time you stopped believing all that nonsense about

Illarterate interviewed for Digital Arts Online // International Teletext Art Festival 2013

Fashionably late as usual, I posthumously bring you news of my contribution to Digital Arts Online‘s interactive design column. Kind of. Earlier this year, I was delighted to participate in a short interview regarding

Illarterate @ International Teletext Art Festival 2013: Walkthrough of my entries

It was with great delight I learned the International Teletext Art Prize would be returning for another year of 8-bit scanline-tinged nostalgia. That’s not to say I wasn’t slightly apprehensive, as this home-brewed festival