Well, hello there, everyone!Today we’re talking about my arachnophobia. I’m scared of spiders. Being quite tall and all that doesn’t make it better, but a lot funnier for other people seeing me get scared by a thing that probably isn’t even out to kill me. I just hate them. It’s mostly due to the fact… Continue Reading →
Magic Axolotl is a fantastic title that you gotta try out!
New Month, new Humble Choice – and about 240 bucks worth of games for a tenner is pretty darn amazing, innit?
Heartless Dark is a roguelike title inspired by Nuclear Throne and Resident Evil that immerses you in darkness and slow tactical gameplay!
Today I talk about my sleep issues again. Enjoy!
I was able to take a look at Anvil Saga’s first 45 minutes of gameplay, so here are some of my first impressions!
Games can contain a plethora of triggers which is why I wanted to talk about how to make games more accessible or how some games should handle those triggers while also questioning if it’s possible to prevent triggers completely.
Gatekeeping sucks and apparently people still do that to “roast” others because of them playing games on an easier difficulty… and that sucks. Hence, some thoughts on difficulty and accessibility.
Sometimes games feel underpriced or overpriced but where exactly does that feeling come from and is it justified? Here are my thoughts!
There are a lot of shows coming out each season, and here are some that I’ve been keeping up with over time!
It’s SPRINGTIME for HUMBLE (Choice) and you and me… It’s Spring Time or rather… march…. Here’s another post from the Humble Lich.
Genres are a double-edged sword on Steam as they are neat and come in handy but can often be misleading. here are some thoughts!
Another year means another season and alas, here are the airing anime that I’m watching from the Winter Season 2021!
Following up on a prompt by DanamesX from Tales From The Backlog, as well as a post that I read on GamingOmnivore, I thought I’d share some stories myself.
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. Neurodeck Neurodeck is a difficult card-based… Continue Reading →
Winter is coming… which means that it’s springtime for spiders again. Usually, you see more in spring and summer, which is horrifying, but lately, I noticed that the heinous beasts love to get inside when it’s cold outside. Hence, it’s springtime… for spiders… in Germany! It’s been a while since we reviewed a title called… Continue Reading →
If you’ve seen “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids”, “The Ant Bully”, or “Antz”, you might like the following title. In Obsidian Entertainment’s “Grounded” you’re playing as one of four kids, shrunk to the size of insects and other small critters. You get to roam a lawn, exploring vast grass-steam forests while scavenging and foraging for… Continue Reading →
I’ve talked about my fear of spiders in the past before in this post and even in this one… but ever since I’ve visited that spider-convention nearby and had that tarantula on my hand, I have not really encountered any spiders in my flat. And apart from “Kill It With Fire”, I haven’t seen any… Continue Reading →
It’s springtime… for spiders… in Germany! (Uh, I hope nobody minds that reference…) Yeah, spring has already kicked in with its sweet scent of flowers and lawns, with pollen flying through the air (I’m not bothered by it), wasps bothering me on my balcony, with sunny and rainy days and generally a forecast that leaves… Continue Reading →
TRIGGER WARNING! This post will include pictures of spiders! Big ones! They’re terrifying! Don’t read ahead if you’re afraid of or sensitive about that stuff! So, I’m afraid of spiders. And I decided to go to a convention about spiders as confronting my fears may help me in that regard. Or not. It may have… Continue Reading →
I’ve never been a fan of games that had anything to do with sports. There’re football games, soccer games, golf games, and… well, pool games. Speaking of pool games, today’s review is about Pool Panic!
It’s been a while that I slept well and it’s also been a while since I posted anything. “Coincidence? I think not.” For the past couple of days, I didn’t sleep at all at night or woke up way too early, leading to me getting tired at Uni, then coming home, falling asleep on my… Continue Reading →
In today’s Indietail, we’ll take a look at The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands, a somewhat minimalistic title that has an interesting concept to it… but it’s very poorly executed. In this game, you’re a wanderer from distant lands who settles down and starts chopping some wood. There’s some background story to it but I haven’t really understood it for… Continue Reading →
In today’s Stray Sheep I thought I’d like to talk about my reviews and my work process on them. Also I’m going to add some album that I’m really enjoying at the moment to most if not all of my future Stray Sheep posts for you to listen to while reading, so stay tuned for… Continue Reading →