👋 Hello. I am Vincent Leeuw and this is my blog.


🌌 Spellborn: Lerrick's Journal

Back when I was content lead at Spellborn Works, I created multiple ‘mood pieces’ to reflect upon the universe of “The Chronicles of Spellborn”. These texts were written at a conceptual level, to provide artists and fellow designers with an idea of how the game world behaved on its own....



🌌 Spellborn: Lost Spirit

Back when I was content lead at Spellborn Works, I created multiple ‘mood pieces’ to reflect upon the universe of “The Chronicles of Spellborn”. These texts were written at a conceptual level, to provide artists and fellow designers with an idea of how the game world behaved on its own....



🎮 In Limbo

I suddenly remembered I still had to download Limbo. A one-and-a-half hours later I seem to have accumulated a score of '70', which for some reason my brain automatically interprets as a completion percentage. It might be right. Whatever the case, Limbo is excellent. In a way it feels ...



🌌 Spellborn: Down the Mountain

Back when I was content lead at Spellborn Works, I created multiple ‘mood pieces’ to reflect upon the universe of “The Chronicles of Spellborn”. These texts were written at a conceptual level, to provide artists and fellow designers with an idea of how the game world behaved on its own....



🎮 A tale of blades & Demon's Souls

Demon’s Souls must’ve been one of the bigger surprises of 2009 for me. The positive exposure it got just about everywhere was intriguing, but even as I slid it into my PS3, I was expecting it to be somewhere between Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, Phantasy Star Universe and grinding a di...



🎲 Tobago's treasure deduction

My local board game supplier had something nice to show me a few weeks ago: a treasure hunting game that looked suspiciously like Catan from afar. It turned out to be something else; Tobago is a game in which you use deductive reasoning to find treasures and split them amongst ...



🎮 100% Tetris

Tetris and handhelds go hand in hand. After all, it was the original portable brick – the Game Boy – that made it a common household name. So it was quite sobering to discover that the PSP didn’t have a version of Tetris to call its own. Initially I though...



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