Last month, Bandicoot Warrior kindly nominated Later Levels for a Real Neat Blogger award. Head over to his site today and give him a follow so you can stay up-to-date … Continue Reading Real Neat Blogger award: a personal adventure
Our choir of gaming Christmas carollers is back once again for the eighth day of Blogmas, where creative conductor Athena from AmbiGaming is leading us all in a rendition of … Continue Reading On the eighth day of Blogmas
Our choir of gaming Christmas carollers is back once again for the second day of Blogmas, where creative conductor Athena from AmbiGaming is leading us all in a rendition of … Continue Reading On the second day of Blogmas
I may have already written a response post to a very kind Sunshine Blogger Award from Ian over at Adventure Rules in response to his question about endings and beginnings. … Continue Reading Video game items that need to exist in real life
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?
Do you prefer realistic graphics or a unique art-style in your video games? That was the question posed to the community back at the beginning of July by Brandon from … Continue Reading Lookin’ good: video game visuals
If you could only play one game for the rest of your life, what would it be? That’s the question posed to us by Strange Girl Gaming as part of … Continue Reading A gaming life sentence
May’s Question of the Month is brought to you by Pix1001 from Shoot the Rookie: a relatively new blogger on the WordPress scene but one with a sunny personality who’s … Continue Reading Monkey business (a <em>QotM</em> answer)