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A Tale of Two Blue Jays

When I first started my 365 “Photo a Day” journey at the start of 2012, I was using a “point and click” camera.  At that time, I knew I had much to learn about lighting, composition, and editing.   219 more words


Tormentum: Dark Sorrow - Review

Eldritch Excellence

Well, it’s safe to say that Polish developers OhNoo Studio certainly know how to subtitle their games. When I first laid eyes upon… 1,933 more words


Technobabylon, Hunt Down A Serial Mindjacker In This Cyberpunk Thriller

Imagine a not-too-distant future where genetic engineering has become the norm, ‘wetware’ wires people directly to the web, an addictive online service named Trance has replaced almost any need for human interaction, and an omnipresent AI named Central powers the city. 511 more words


INTERVIEW - In Conversation With Andreas Diktyopoulos (The Minims - A New Beginning, beyondthosehills studio)

By Marty Mulrooney

Alternative Magazine Online recently reviewed iOS point-and-click adventure game The Minims – A New Beginning, describing it as “a truly lovely and lovingly made experience that asks you to embark on a journey into the unknown and will leave you with a warm smile upon your face once the final destination is reached.” It is therefore with great pleasure that AMO presents an exclusive online interview with game developer Andreas Diktyopoulos from beyondthosehills studio! 1,806 more words


OXCGN's Indie Kickstarter Review : Herald

I was recently sent a demo from the Dutch indie game company, Wispfire, on a game they’re Kickstarting called Herald. The basic synopsis given to me at the start was that the game mixes “ 1,132 more words


One Thing That Writers Can Learn From Old "Point And Click" Adventure Games

Although this is an article about writing, I’m going to have to start by talking about 1990s computer games for a while. Trust me, there’s a good reason for this and I’m not just rambling about old games ( 654 more words


[REVIEW] The Last Door: Collector's Edition

By Dan Spence on May 13th 2015

The Last Door is an episodic 2D point-and-click adventure/horror game made by Spanish developers: The Game Kitchen. The game takes place in a Lovecraft-esque version of Victorian England. 737 more words