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Indie Game Review: Paradigm

Platform: PC

Developer: Jacob Janerka

Publisher: Jacob Janerka

Release Date: Apr 5, 2017

Price: $14.99

If there has ever been a genre in gaming that seems like it was a fad, a one hit wonder of its time, it would have to be the Point and Click Adventure game. 637 more words


Maze Quest - A Text-Adventure Short Story

A short story this time (just shy of 5,000 words) from a Reddit Writing Prompt. Written as 2nd person (a perspective I rarely read and up to now haven’t written in)… but it suited the “game” theme as many old point-and-click and text-adventure type games would employ this style. 4,662 more words

Short Stories

Shameless Review - Punch Line (PS4/PS Vita)

Does anyone still remember Punch Line? It was a thing 2 years ago, but much like any anime focused on being kawaii, most people end up forgetting everything about them 1 or 2 years later. 20 more words


Opinion: Thimbleweed Park relies too heavily on nostalgia

Upon its Kickstarter announcement, Thimbleweed Park is a game that I’ve been looking forward to since late 2014. At its heart, it’s a nostalgia project. Like so many other Kickstarters for point-and-click adventure games, it used the nostalgia of the genre’s heyday to sell itself: a self-proclaimed “LucasArts adventure game you’ve never played before.” But what separates this adventure game Kickstarter from all the others are its developers: Ron Gilbert—arguably the godfather of the graphic point-and-click adventure game—and Gary Winnick. 1,037 more words

Video Games

GAME REVIEW - Full Throttle Remastered (PC)

By Marty Mulrooney

Full Throttle Remastered is an updated version of the classic LucasArts point-and-click adventure game Full Throttle, originally released in 1995. This new version has been lovingly restored and updated for a modern audience by Double Fine Productions ( 1,054 more words


Paradigm, A Return to LucasArts Game Style

Paradigm is an AMAZING point and click graphic adventure game. The art is fantastically designed and not to mention hilarious! There hasn’t been a game like this since the good old days of the LucasArts. 231 more words