THE ARCHIVE 2011-2015

SCROLL 11: Warp.






Kenji Eno was many things, among them musician, writer, father, but also a life ended too soon. As a game designer, his contributions to the medium were minimal at first, but once he went rogue and established the independent studio Warp, all bets were off. In this issue of SCROLL, we trace the Warp timeline, explaining the finer points of the games Eno’s company released over its five short years -- not just D and Enemy Zero, but everything in between. It begins with a history of Warp and Eno’s career, and ends with a peek at the last games Eno was involved in before his surprising death in 2013. It’s the ultimate handbook to one of the most varied developers of the past 20 years.