Myst is one of my favourite classic adventure games. It’s beginning may be simple but I think it’s one of the best: I love the sense of confusion and amazement … Continue Reading <em>Quern</em>: the closest you’ll get to <em>Myst</em>
A few blogger-friends kindly helped me with a post about the best games to play at Christmas last month. Several of the stories shared had a similar theme: we often … Continue Reading <em>Röki</em>: a very nisse adventure
After COVID-19 scuppered my plans to meet up with Luke from Hundstrasse in March, we decided to send each other the most bizarre retro games we could find. This was … Continue Reading <em>VA11 Hall-A</em>: a story within a story
Have you ever played a video game that left you thinking about it long afterwards – but not for the right reasons? This sums up my experience with Harvester, a … Continue Reading <em>Harvester</em>: still confused and cringing
The COVID-19 lockdown has caused many people to reconsider their career direction. And it seems as though some have decided to make the leap into video game development; at least, … Continue Reading <em>Related</em>: double trouble
You know what they say about laughter being the best medicine? With everything that’s happened in 2020 so far and no light at the end of the tunnel just yet, … Continue Reading <em>General Horse</em>: why the long face?