From Encyclopedia Dramatica
Cameron Baker is an Australian and... what might his profession be referred to, exactly? He certainly isn't a "game developer," as he so adamantly professes. Perhaps "concerned pussybitch" would be more accurate. Whatever he may or may not be in reality, it certainly doesn't stop him from (attempting) to be a real hardass on the net.
Baker rose to e-infamy not through his laughable "work," but by a singularly horrific hissy fit on Twitter. The cap is transcribed below for your convenience.
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Behind the Façade
Judging from the man's tough talk, on the Internet of all places, one might be inclined to think the guy is a real power player in the industry who we all just never heard of for some odd reason. One would be wrong. The truth of the matter is one Mr. Cameron "I'll break you dead" Baker creates educational material for children. Referring to these as "games" at all tests the very limits of the human capacity for euphemism.
- Halflife Hero - No, it doesn't feature Gordon Freeman. Rather, it expounds the usefulness of varied medicines.
- Zoom - Buried beneath rave reviews and industry accolades, the description on the back of the box includes "The project aims to help teach some of the primary biological studies in the school curriculum while maintaining an atmosphere of mystery and exploration as well as self sufficiency and problem-solving," also boasting "an inclusive cast featuring strong female characters." We're sold!
- Power Pup - This especially thrilling title demonstrates the importance of saving energy and climate change. The Game of the Year edition has recently gone gold.
- Storm Surfers - It's the only game available on iOS, so one can assume it sold very well among graphic design majors and hipsters. The title's subject matter still eludes the public at large.
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