A cat in a mech suit. Exploring a Research Facility. Metroidvania style. Presented in monochrome pixel art. I’ve got a good feline about this. Continue reading “Gato Roboto”
Let this be the summer I revisit some of the games I started long ago but never finished. To get things rolling I dusted off Super Dangerous Dungeons, one of the best little platformers for mobile.
If you are looking for a nice little puzzler you can finish on the weekend, Etherborn might be just right for you.
Channel your inner gorilla and go apeshit crazy on some human enemies. While this game offers a very stylish jazzy rampage, it is also a masterclass in how to annoy the fuck out of me.
Continue reading “Ape Out”
Here’s a quick roundup of some personal highlights of 2018 in the categories Movies, TV Series, Music, Books, Comics and Board Games. Continue reading “Best of 2018”
This year I played a lot of Choose Your Own Adventures. Fighting Fantasy. Lone Wolf. Graphic Novel Adventures. How very fitting to end the year with an interactive movie that tries to adopt these choose-your-path mechanics. Thank you, Netflix.
Get your quarters ready! It’s the must-watch-movie for any gamer who grew up in the 80ies. But is it really that good? Press start.
What to do when none of your friends has time for a board or escape room game? Well, you could play on your own and solve the mystery of Journal 29.
Today the television comedy-drama series Happy! premieres on Syfy. Based on the comic book by Grant Morrison and artist Darick Robertson. So I picked up the comic. And boy, do I not understand why this shitty Christmas story made the jump to the small screen.
The 8th of October is worldwide »Praise Your Pantheon day«. Mainly because I invented the day in 2016 and plan to make this a global thing. One year later it’s time for a slightly revised Pantheon.