Can you survive 1000 rooms of cute terror? Or will you break once the cuteness starts to fade off and you're running for your life from the unspeakable hideous beings that shake and writhe in bowels of this house? They wait for you, they wait and hunger for meeting you. They long to finally meet you and show you how flexible your skin can be after it has soaked in blood. Will you brave this journey, will you set to beat the impossible, the insane, and the incorporeal?
MonHunLog #7 – Winter is coming to the New World!
The Monster Hunting Log is back and alas, we have to catch up for a bit. What happened so far in Iceborne? What monsters did I hunt? Read ahead for answers to these questions and more!
Humble Choice – October 2020
It's October and hence time for another month of Humble Choice! What would I have picked and why? What can I recommend? Read here!
Alex Hutchinson is out of touch with reality
A lot of streamers on Twitch have been using music that they don't own or that they weren't explicitly allowed to use in their streams and now have to fear DMCA strikes and potential takedowns from clips and VODs that could be plenty of years old. Twitch is trying its best to mute those VODs... Continue Reading →
Indietail – Ring of Pain
"Roguelike flavour, card game pacing, dungeon crawl, chaos embracing. Shadows cast a truth to see. In the darkness, you can visit me." Join me as I venture deep, fear not you don't have to take a leap. Since if you're looking for something to play that's new, I've got you covered with my Ring of... Continue Reading →
Looking forward to Lamentum
Lamentum is a pixel-art survival horror game set in New England in the mid-nineteenth century. I played the demo of it and honestly, I really liked the vibes that I got from it. Here's why I enjoyed it so much! Developer: Obscure Tales Publisher: Neon Doctrine (formerly known as Another Indie) Release Date: 2021 Genres:... Continue Reading →
I’m not a gamer
So, yesterday, I made a post on a couple of topics, including toxicity, bad game design encouraging certain , "tryhards", the terminology of "being a gamer", gatekeeping and other stuff. My problem with that post was that it started with a question, then it suddenly branched out into three different topics and at the end,... Continue Reading →
Steam Game Festival: Autumn Edition – Part 2
Today, I wanted to take another look at some other demos. Just like yesterday, the Steam Game Festival Autumn Edition is still a thing and it's going to be a thing for another few days, so make sure to check out its page for some more information and some cool demos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MB1aUjdpWM Neurodeck Neurodeck is a difficult... Continue Reading →
Steam Game Festival: Autumn Edition – Part 1
The Steam Game Festival is here! This time it's the Autumn Edition, so strap on for a bunch of demos that I found intriguing! All in one post! Kind of! As you can see by the title of the post, there is going to be a second part and potentially a third part about the Steam... Continue Reading →
Indietail – Drake Hollow
After my post about Drake Hollow and why I'm so excited and after the interview we did with TMF's Forrest Dowling,... It finally is time for my review on Drake Hollow. Welcome to yet another Indietail! And I'm excited about this one! Developer: The Molasses Flood Publisher: The Molasses Flood Genre: Colony Sim, Base Building, Exploration, Co-Op, Open... Continue Reading →