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Zombies: your new running partner (a QotM answer)

February’s Question of the Month is brought to you by Kevin from The Mental Attic: video game player, fiction writer and opinion sharer. To find out more about him and his site, as well as how you can get involved, take a look at this post. If you were guilty of over-indulging during the festive season (I know I was), your New Year resolution may … Continue reading Zombies: your new running partner (a QotM answer)

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Editorial: February 2018

Love is in the air Welcome to the second editorial of 2018, where we’re starting to feel all loved-up in preparation for Valentine’s Day. Let’s take a look back at what happened in January as well as find out what’s coming up this month. Attributes: Followers: Published: Most popular: Most liked: My favourite:     839 lovely people 17 posts Dream development team The WordPress … Continue reading Editorial: February 2018

GameBlast18: February 2018 update

Later Levels is taking part in GameBlast18 for SpecialEffect, an amazing UK-based charity which puts fun and inclusion back into the lives of those with physical disabilities by helping them to play video games. To find out more, please visit the official website or take a look at this post. Since our last GameBlast18 update at the beginning of January, the lads and I have … Continue reading GameBlast18: February 2018 update

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Question of the Month: February 2018 edition

For more details about the new-look Question of the Month for 2018, please take a look at this post. It’s time for a new Question of the Month, one which will see us attempt to answer a quandary that has been puzzling the gaming community since they first missed the duck and cursed the dog. But first let’s find out who won January’s challenge! The … Continue reading Question of the Month: February 2018 edition

Genesis Noir: not all black and white

Last January I wrote a post which opened with the statement that I hadn’t backed anything on Kickstarter in quite a while. I’d previously given my support regularly to old adventure sequels and quirky indie titles, but over time the quality of campaign had dipped and so I’d stopped visiting. It had reached the point where I could no longer be bothered to trawl through … Continue reading Genesis Noir: not all black and white

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For sale: video game real estate

Last week I wrote about my dream development team and how all we needed was an idea (plus the necessary budget, technology and skills) to make a best-selling video game. Once that’s happened and we’ve found fame, fortune and critical acclaim, we should really start thinking about investing our money and upgrading where we live. So what’s available on the market? As part of the … Continue reading For sale: video game real estate