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May 20, 2020

Today is the due date of our daughter. So far it doesn’t look like today will be her birthday unless some things happen real fast. Anyway, the point is it may be a bit before I get to the the next game on The List!, The King of Shreds and Patches. It looks to be … Continue reading May 20, 2020

The Wand Review

Spoiler Free Arthur DiBianca’s The Wand is about a wand, and that’s pretty much it. Ostensibly there is a story about a wizard, challenge from said wizard, and cash prize, but really it’s just about a wand. A magic wand, sure, but still, just a wand. Oh, and there’s a dragon, too.

Will Not Let Me Go Review

Spoiler Free I was not looking forward to playing Stephen Granade’s Will Not Let Me Go. The description of the game is short: Dallas, Texas. 1996. Fred Strickland has Alzheimer’s. My greatest fear is becoming afflicted with Alzheimer’s, or some other form of dementia.

All Things Devours Review

Spoiler Free All Things Devours is, in essence, one single puzzle. A crunchy, well constructed puzzle. I mean, I had to create a spreadsheet to solve the puzzle. Or rather, I got to create a spread sheet. You play as a researcher who’s had their lab commandeered by the military. Afraid of the repercussions of … Continue reading All Things Devours Review

All Things Devours

All Things Devours is one heck of a puzzle. I’ve put together a spreadsheet to keep things straight.

City of Secrets Review

Spoiler Free One of my favorite sub-genres is the accidental spy movie, films like The Man Who Knew Too Little, Gotcha!, Jumpin’ Jack Flash, and the more recent The Spy Who Dumped Me. To my great delight, Emily Short’s City of Secrets is an accidental spy IF. While on your way south to attend a … Continue reading City of Secrets Review

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