And with the final result published on Adventure Rules yesterday, that’s the second Blogger Blitz event done. The past few months have been a rollercoaster of excitement, nervousness and anticipation … Continue Reading <em>Blogger Blitz</em> 2018: a thank you
It’s obvious from all the adventure game posts published on Later Levels that I’m a big fan of the genre who’s always on the lookout for new releases. So when … Continue Reading EGX 2018: <em>3 Minutes to Midnight</em>
When my other-half and I attended Rezzed in April last year and made our way down to the basement area, I didn’t expect him to choose Flotsam as one of … Continue Reading EGX 2018: <em>Flotsam</em>
As mentioned in yesterday’s round-up post, I was a little disappointed that the organisers had taken the decision to move the Rezzed sessions out of the main hall at this … Continue Reading EGX 2018: <em>Twin Mirror</em>
This year’s EGX event took place at the NEC Birmingham from 20 to 23 September 2018, and at the moment I’m still recovering. This is all thanks to a bad … Continue Reading EGX 2018: a round-up
On Friday I wrote about my time volunteering for SpecialEffect last week, an amazing charity which puts fun and inclusion back into the lives of people with physical disabilities by … Continue Reading GameBlast19: are you game?
Regular Later Levels visitors will likely have heard me talk about SpecialEffect in the past. Using technology ranging from modified joypads to eye-control software, this UK-based charity aims to put … Continue Reading ESI Super Forum 2018: volunteering for SpecialEffect
At an ungodly hour in the morning, I’ll be making my way once again to the NEC Birmingham for all the gaming goodness that EGX has to offer this year. … Continue Reading EGX 2018: the fun starts tomorrow
The nights are starting to get darker, the air is turning cooler, and we’re beginning to reach for the bigger jumpers in the back of the wardrobe. Let’s celebrate the … Continue Reading Gamers blog party: autumn 2018 invitation
As I’m sure many regular Later Levels visitors are aware, The Secret of Monkey Island had a huge impact on me as a child. This was the game which taught … Continue Reading Personally-defining games: on their way out?
September’s Question of the Month is brought to you by Ian from Adventure Rules: Nintendo fan, Blogger Blitz host and an awesome writer who brings the community together. To find … Continue Reading <em>The Ultimate Video Game</em> (a <em>QotM</em> answer)
A few weeks ago, Brandon from That Green Dude very kindly nominated Later Levels for a Sunshine Blogger Award (a huge thank you if you’re reading this!). As seems to … Continue Reading The case of the missing <em>Draugen</em>
We’ve all had nights out with mates where we’ve done crazy things we’d rather forget, particularly back when we were teenagers during our college years. The feeling of invincibility that … Continue Reading <em>103</em>: corridors, candles and clues
All change, please! Welcome to September’s editorial, where we’re starting to get excited about EGX at the end of the month! Let’s take a look back at what happened in … Continue Reading Editorial: September 2018
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 were distracted … Continue Reading <em>Question of the Month</em>: September 2018 edition