Zach Hines

Zach Hines is a writer based in Los Angeles. His debut young adult fiction novel, Nine, is due in 2018 from HarperTeen. His writing on video games and interactive art has also appeared in Kill Screen.

Articles by Zach Hines

03.27.19
The Analogue Mega SG wins the retro gaming console war
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03.27.19

The Analogue Mega SG wins the retro gaming console war

Perhaps the best, and most cost-effective, premium retro console ever made.

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11.21.18
‘Tetris Effect’ is therapy for distracted, anxious minds
11.21.18

‘Tetris Effect’ is therapy for distracted, anxious minds

Chasing synesthesia.

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11.16.18
Death by push notification
11.16.18

Death by push notification

Turning up my phone's notifications to max shattered my brain.

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08.30.18
The weird, wild and expensive world of blockchain art
08.30.18

The weird, wild and expensive world of blockchain art

Where a grainy photo of Elon Musk sells for $35,000.

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02.23.18
In search of pixel perfection with the Analogue Super NT
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02.23.18

In search of pixel perfection with the Analogue Super NT

There’s a new Super Nintendo on the market, and it may be the best one yet.

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12.05.17
My $200,000 bitcoin odyssey
12.05.17

My $200,000 bitcoin odyssey

How I recovered cryptocurrency from a broken laptop.

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04.04.17
'Zelda: Breath of the Wild' makes open-world games exciting again
04.04.17

'Zelda: Breath of the Wild' makes open-world games exciting again

It's much more about the joy of discovery than it is about the conquest and exploitation of a digital landscape.

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08.30.16
My favorite games to read
08.30.16

My favorite games to read

Surprise! Some of my favorite stories have been told through video games.

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08.24.16
Why young-adult video games are thriving
08.24.16

Why young-adult video games are thriving

With growing popularity among adults, YA has become more than just an age demographic. It's a genre in its own right.

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