I’m a lumberjack and I’m okay.
Stardew Valley was clearly the game of the year 2016 for me. I didn’t manage to finish the review on time, but now that the multiplayer beta is live, I think it’s finally time to write down my thoughts about the singleplayer mode.
This indie gem has done so many things so well, it doesn’t really matter that it basically just combines things from the earlier famous titles of the genre. There is no need to always make something huge or explosively innovative, when one can combine all of the good stuff into a package that feels like the best thing ever. Continue reading
The romantic interests to choose from.
Going through my impressions of the three routes, depicting some of the events without going into all the details. Continue reading
This quite recent boys love visual novel is somewhat rough around the edges, but should still provide plenty of entertainment to the fans of the genre. Continue reading
Death Comes Knocking
The Astounding Atarnus
Life was good for William. He was a famous acrobat and had a lovely family. A younger, hot musician as a husband, a lovely girl and boy, and of course the nicest cat in the world. Continue reading
The Wedding Disaster
Wedding chili is a bit overcooked.
It was time for the wedding party of William and Dimitri. They invited Dimitri’s family and a couple of Will’s friends. Will tried to cook some veggie chili for the guests but ended up setting the stove on fire. Continue reading
The Story Begins
This is William Atarnus, a young man who just moved into Riverview and aspires to be a renowned acrobat. He is an athletic vegetarian and a cat-person. Continue reading
Lately there’s been a lot of Choice of Games popping up on Steam. I’ve been eager to try out some of the most beloved titles, but as they’re purely text-based, I chose to use my mobile phone to read them while laying in bed, instead of spending yet more time sitting in front of my computer screen.
Fatehaven was my first Choice of Games title ever, and the first interactive novel since some of those Steve Jackson’s make-your-own-adventure books published in the 80s. I dove in open minded and was not disappointed. Continue reading