- A while back, on a whim I purchased this indie game Knightin' on Steam. I forget how I came across it and why I decided to buy, but no regrets. It's a tightly-focused dungeon crawler in the style of original Legend of Zelda/Link to the Past dungeons. Each dungeon is a set of rooms you clear one at a time, until you get to the dungeon boss and beat him. Clearing rooms involves defeating enemies, solving puzzles, avoiding obstacles and opening chests. It's a short game, there are only four dungeons to clear each slightly more difficult than the last.
- Over the past couple of years, I've been regularly playing digital boardgames online on Steam with one of my friend groups, I thought I'd do reviews of them. My second review is about Scythe: Digital Edition. Scythe is a competitive game where you play one of seven factions in an alternate history post-war Eastern Europe. Players vie to control territories, hire workers, build mechs, accumulate resources, accomplish secret objectives, and other such goals. Accomplishing secret objectives, winning combats or maximizing one of the several metrics (workers, money, popularity, military power, recruits, structures, mechs, etc) earns you stars, and the game
- Over the past couple of years, I've been regularly playing digital boardgames online on Steam with one of my friend groups, I thought I'd do reviews of them. The first one is Sentinels of the Multiverse. We've played the IRL boardgame of it before during one of our sporadic in-person meetups. If you're not familiar, it's a comics-themed coop game where up to 4 people play as a group of heroes to beat a villain (basically comic book shenanigans). There is a large variety of heroes available to play, each with unique abilities and play styles. Some of them are
Flash game to check how good you are eyeballing geometry. I got a score of 6.62.
I'm bookmarking this because the www.magicthegathering.com redirect doesn't seem to work anymore.
I like looking at shots of people's desktops. It feeds my geek envy.
Wow, Street Fighter IV. That probably determines my next console...
Sirlin's book "Playing to Win" can be read for free on his website. Good insight into competitive gaming.
Oh those crazy lawless Brazilian gamers!
This page has Fan-translated Phoenix Wright manga
A blog about playing through each one of the Ultima games, in sequence. I should do this. For Final Fantasy. When I retire or something.
What an unspeakably cruel pair of stages.
Okay, I wasted about an hour of my time playing this. On easy mode. And I couldn't finish it. I suck on tower defense.