Just in time for the latest Constitutional crisis, I’ve soft-launched a new website:

It’s a curated roundup of the best Trump-related, Resistance-friendly comedy. You know: Kimmel, SNL, Real Time and all those Daily Show alums.

I’m also hoping to find more unique, indie fare as well. Like. This. Gold.  (If you know of some  Trump vids, please share!)

Please give it a gander if you’re so inclined and let me know what you think.


Farewell, Candidate Clash

With Western Civilization on the verge of a Cheetoh-hued collapse, the lifespan of a goofy iPhone game isn’t the most important topic.  But for anyone playing at home, we have retired our flagship game, Candidate Clash.

A moment of silence, please.

True to its fake-news roots, our gameplay poll was dead-wrong. Hillary was ahead 58,578 to 42,764 by the end.  Ah, what might have been … (We’re guessing four years of increasingly elaborate pantsuits, endless/fruitless impeachment hearings and a whole lot of shoulder-shimmying.)

We’ll bring an archived version of the game back to the app store one of these days. First we have to tear out the Parse back-end, and make some updates.

In the meantime, we’ll always have our sweet, sweet memories…

Here’s an old-school version of the game, back during the primaries, when we still had hopes for our nation’s future:

Later, we ditched the also-rans and made it just Hillary vs. Trump.  You could also buy some lovely costumes for the nominees (an orange jumpsuit for Hillary, a clown costume for the Donald.)

This next game will be a little different, but in the same vein (as an older L.A. guy with slightly dated pop culture references, I’m obligated to describe that vein as “The Daily Show” meets “Angry Birds”.)

Farewell, Candidate Clash.  Thanks for getting me started.

What the hell is a POTUS?

My first iOS game launched about a month ago.  It has gotten pretty-good to downright-giddy feedback from everyone who’s taken a look.  But not enough people were taking a look.

Without (and sometimes with) a yuuuge media budget, there’s always the danger of a good app getting lost in the App Store.  It’s hard out there for an indie dev and all that.  But I was making discovery much harder by picking an obscure name:  POTUSpalooza.

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