It didn’t take much to convince me to pick up the recent PC release of the indie side-scrolling real time strategy game Swords and Soldiers by Ronimo Games. The game is is loud, brash, and funny.Continue reading
Not too long ago I started playing the indie developed adventure game Snakes of Avalon but initially didn’t get very far. The game was over for me when, after a few minutes in, the main character had a dialogue with a poster on the wall of a bar. Later, feeling guilty about my aborted session with Snakes of Avalon, I gave the game another shot and powered through the first bit of it, resigned to the fact that things were going to get weird and that perhaps I’d find meaning from it all later.Continue reading
I’ve just finished developing an adventure game. The whole project got me thinking, however, about common elements I’ve seen in adventure games. I’ve always kept an informal list of what I’ve liked and what I didn’t so that one day if I ever got around to designing my own game I’d know what to avoid and what to in include in its design. …Continue reading
Even though it’s quite flawed and borrows a lot from better video games, EVIL GENIUS remains one of my favorite base-building games. I review it here.Continue reading
Breaking away from my Minecraft addiction, I recently finished The Silver Lining: Part 2. …Continue reading
I’m a bit addicted to the hit indie PC game Minecraft. …Continue reading
Risk: Lord of the Rings is the best version of Risk there is. Why? Because it’s Risk plus Lord of the Rings.
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I wish I could remember who on Twitter put up the link to the indie adventure game The Journey Down as I’d like to thank them. …Continue reading
Jolly Rover is an indie adventure game by Australian developer Brawsome that I stumbled upon while looking for a new adventure game to play. Since the game was on sale at the time, I decided to pick it up. …Continue reading
It’s hard to believe that Zombie Apocalypse is one year old. It feels like it went by quickly but then I look back at my first couple posts and realize a year really has passed.
This site arose from a series of events; though frankly getting me to start a blog where I talk about games wasn’t going to take a lot of convincing. …