Meghann O'Neill

Meghann O’Neill is a videogame roustabout, with a patchwork career spanning reviews, composition and education, often all three at the same time. She loves the creativity and cleverness that independent developers bring to the medium, especially in Australia. She’d love you to tell her about your game at @indiegames_muso on Twitter.

Meghann's Latest Articles

How To Say Goodbye review
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How to Say Goodbye review - A marvellous, puzzlesome journey

How to Say Goodbye is a gentle, artistic, and comforting interpretation of what happens after a loved one passes away:…

Amberial Dreams
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Amberial Dreams is a clever musical physics platformer with no jump

Science and music harmonise together nicely in Amberial Dreams, a unique 2D pinball-like platformer where you can't jump.

Darkweb Streamer
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darkwebSTREAMER is a disturbing emergent narrative experience

darkwebSTREAMER is a curious game that wants to replicate the stress of livestreaming, with a bit of the occult mixed…

High Score Game Audio Conference MIGW
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The High Score conference is building game audio from the ground up

Australia’s game audio conference is all about ideas and how to share them.

two point campus
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Two Point Campus: A real-world teacher weighs in on the game's dark humour

Part comedy, part cautionary tale, Two Point Campus is nothing if not relatable. Real-world teacher Meghann O'Neill shares her take.

rimworld cult of the lamb and clanfolk
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Cult of the Lamb, Clanfolk, and moving on from the legacy of Rimworld

What really defines the base-building genre? We unpack Cult of the Lamb and Clanfolk to see how the spirit of…

karawan review
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Karawan review - A free, inspiring treat of a game

Escaping the cataclysm is more fun in Karawan, a free, bite-sized game where your route is circuitous.

Born Punk PC Review
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Born Punk review - Cyberpunk with a sense of humour

Born Punk is an easy sell as an adventure game, with a cyberpunk story that is alternately humorous and dark.

Songs of Conquest PC review
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Songs of Conquest review – Music to our ears

A retro-styled Heroes of Might and Magic-like game that brings quality over quantity in multiple ways.