my favorite color is pink is a game about the color pink, gender stereotypes, and jumping rectangles. A puzzle-platformer that follows the story of a boy whose favorite color is pink.
Inspired by: Thomas Was Alone, Everyday The Same Dream, and Pretentious Game. Music by Jesse Stiles
Danny Dang is a Vietnamese-American game maker based in
New York City. He is making games that ask players to make
meaningful choices which parallel social issues surrounding
race, gender, bullying, and privilege. The social dimensions
of his games are explored through a variety of elements, including
touch interaction, puzzle solving, modes of difficulty,
and physical accessories. Through this he aims to convey socially
impactful messages using games. He is currently enrolled
at Parsons The New School for Design majoring in
Design and Technology with a focus in Game Design.