Old People Make the Cutest Couples
Myy using the awesome self cleaning litter box.
It was just Wilma now, and two cats. The second boyfriend had been another massive disappointment. The dude actually got married to another person while seeing Wilma. There was a big fight, but it was so shocking that no pictures from it remained. 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
I purchased the Pets expansion to my old Sims 3 just to surprise my daughter with cute kittens. I tried how it works, aaaaand I was hooked again. Continue reading
The choices, the choices…
I wanted to write down some thoughts about the different “routes” in The Novelist as well as their outcomes. The game had 3 chapters per month and 3 months in total. In each chapter a wish can be granted, so it makes 9 choices altogether. All except the last choice could be compromised with another wish. This made it impossible to aim for 3 main wishes and 3 compromises for all characters. Smart – or annoying?
In any case, incoming my playthroughs and their outcomes. So spoilers, spoilers ahead – in case someone missed it in the title there. Continue reading
The Novelist is an interesting little game about life choices, mainly between one’s family and career. The Kaplan family of three (the writer Dan, his artist wife Linda and their son Tommy) moves into a remote location for the summer, mainly so that the father could work on his new novel. The player is an outside force that observes and even influences the decisions of the father. At the end of the summer the consequences of the player’s actions are revealed. Continue reading