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Just Needed to Vent

Sitting here and staring at my computer screen, these are a few of the thoughts that are going through my head. I want to write about video games. But, how should I write about video games that is different than how other people are doing it? I can’t just be another parrot writing my own […]

Host – Review

The concept of a quarantine movie, shot and edited completely through the pandemic, is exciting. Not being the biggest fan of the horror genre, I was interested enough to give the Shudder streaming service a download and sign up for the free trial. Only having a run time of fifty seven minutes was also appealing […]

Thousand Year Old Vampire, Part Three

Part Two Thousand Year Old Vampire can be purchased in physical form and PDF on Indie Press Revolution and digital form on itch.io, if you wish to purchase this amazing game. Tim Hutchings, the creator of this experience, can be found on Twitter. *You begin a fantastic construction that puzzles the mortals around you. Give […]

Thousand Year Old Vampire, Part Two

Part One Thousand Year Old Vampire can be purchased in physical form and PDF on Indie Press Revolution and digital form on itch.io, if you wish to purchase this amazing game. Tim Hutchings, the creator of this experience, can be found on Twitter. *Erase the first sentence of any two Memories. You’re not quite sure […]

Thousand Year Old Vampire, Part One

Thousand Year Old Vampire can be purchased in physical form and PDF on Indie Press Revolution and digital form on itch.io, if you wish to purchase this amazing game. Tim Hutchings, the creator of this experience, can be found on Twitter. This is the story of the vampire who was born Marus Taelon. Marus was […]

Alone in the Dungeon – Bartok Wylon

You can purchase and download Alone in the Dungeon here. The developers, Azukail Games, has a website that can be found here. Bartok Wylon approached the gates of the mausoleum. He took a deep breath and stepped through a large door which was partially opened due to a broken rusted hinge. Feeling in his pocket […]

Artefact – The Staff, Part Two

Part One This post is based upon my playthrough of Jack Harrison’s Artefact. It is a story game designed for one player. If you like would like to purchase and download a copy, you can find it here. A quick note on a couple things. One, you are supposed to draw the Artefact you choose […]

Artefact – The Staff, Part One

This post is based upon my playthrough of Jack Harrison’s Artefact. It is a story game designed for one player. If you like would like to purchase and download a copy, you can find it here. A quick note on a couple things. One, you are supposed to draw the Artefact you choose to play […]

Darkest Rogue – Review

Darkest Rogue is a turn-based dungeon crawler developed by Dreamplay Games. There are roguelike elements to the title, but my experiences with this aspect only happened once in the couple hours I put into it as it was difficult to actually die once you started getting on a role. The game has you slingshotting about […]

The Pocketwatch

He stood on the wooded path, eyes closed. The breeze lightly tousled his hair. The insects buzzed and the birds chirped lazy songs. He could feel warm rays of sunshine splashing across his face as they poked their way through the dense canopy. He reached into his pocket and pulled out a small metal object. […]

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