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The REALLY Giant Squid- What to do When all the Big Sounding Animal Names are Taken

The system for naming animals has produced some fascinating results. Whoever discovers a species gets to name it, which seems only fair really, but it does mean that the moniker with which the particular creature will forever be branded is totally up to the whims of whichever scientist happened across it first. 1,670 more words


be amazed by animals!...a list of five

Atlas of Animal Adventures, written by Rachel Williams and Emily Hawkins, illustrated by Lucy Letherland
published in 2016 by Wide Eyed Editions

Here’s another gorgeous atlas from Wide Eyed. 996 more words

Picture Books


Abzu , a world created by Giant Squid is a sole underwater game in which you play as a suba diver like character. The realm is filled with beautiful scenery of a forgotten underwater world, brimming with fish, mammals and other aquatic species. 611 more words

ABZÛ - Ocean of Wisdom

ABZÛ  by  Giant Squid

The game that launched one thousand screenshots’

     From the creator of such masterpieces as Flower and Journey, comes the equally inspired adventure game:  596 more words

Game Reviews

This Live Giant Squid in Japan is Not a Kaiju!

Ladies and gentlemen in the Land of the Rising Sun, there is no reason to activate the Kaiju Emergency Alert System!

Sure, this monstrous squid was spotted swimming just offshore last week, but it is a perfectly normal animal. 173 more words

Video Clip

How ABZÛ Encouraged Me To Change

Written by Stephen Patterson

I often write about dialogue, characterisation and critiquing the writing of video games. I generally attempt to analyse them, as described very well by one of my friends, ‘as if they were literary texts’. 1,053 more words


A Conversation with Jason W. Walton

Bassist Jason W. Walton of Khorada, ex-Agalloch, Snares of Sixes, Self Spiller, Nothing, Dolven, Especially Likely Sloth and many other musical acts has been a pillar in the Pacific Northwest metal community. 1,171 more words