A contemporary, more inclusive dress up game. This is a little dress up game I made as part of Xpace's Images Fest in Toronto, Ontario. Curated by Adrienne Crossman, the theme was non-binary in a binary world. This game is a queer response to character creation screens in culturally relevant video games. Avatar creation in video games has a tendency to be very limited, and as a result can be very alienating to those who don't fit the mould. This project is specifically addressing the limitations on gender expression in video games. I would have liked to address more, but ran out of time/am too much of a n00b to figure it all out!