Toronto Videogame Database
Kara Stone is an artist and game maker from Toronto with a focus on feminism and mental health.
'Boss Up, Daughter was inspired by GAMERella's Boss Up game jam. This is a real conversation Stone had with her mother.
Inspired by artificial emergent intelligence and the multi-media of current sexting, the game explores the multiple possibilities of computer sexuality and technological mediation of intimacy. An ... [more]
'Cyborg Goddess is a point-and-click, choose-your-own-adventure game where players have the choice to be a cyborg or a goddess. Drawing from Jasbir Puar's essay, 'I would rather be a cyborg than a ... [more]
Cyclothymia is a narrative through astrological ties to emotional cycles.
Confess your anti-feminist sins and repent.
Hand to Heart is a 4 player videogame exploring the affective interactivity between bodies and technology. It consists of four differently crafted controllers in the shape of my hand: a charcoal ... [more]
'Knitting Simulator 2014 was created during Dames making Games Julivewire Game Jam. It uses an alternative controller made up of a Makey Makey and a tilt switch. Discover what kinds of sweaters you ... [more]
Through activities like daily affirmations, sessions with a therapist, taking deep breaths and discovering just how hard it is to quiet the mind, Medication Meditation will both amuse and have you ... [more]
Twine game made for a friend who I don’t get to see as often as I would like.' - Kara Stone
Have a robot tell you your past, present and future by attuning to your device.
Ritual of the Moon is a 28 day multi-narrative following a witch that has been exiled to the moon as she sets up her new, isolated life.