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Gaming time: Bear with Me - episode 1

As you might know, aside from my occasional anime watching, I also like to play a lot. Unfortunately, I can no longer afford to spend 12 hours a day in front of the computer (not mine, at least) but that doesn’t mean I gave up gaming entirely. 958 more words


GAME REVIEW - Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet (PC)

By Marty Mulrooney

Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet is an indie point-and-click adventure game created by award-winning comedian and filmmaker Alasdair Beckett-King (read AMO’s 2013 interview with Alasdair… 946 more words


2016 Game Review Haiku, #65 – The Visitor

Ever see Slither?
This is that, with more clicking
Felt bad for the cat

Here we go again. Another year of me attempting to produce quality Japanese poetry about the videogames I complete in three syllable-based phases of 5, 7, and 5. 56 more words

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The End of the World Review

Developer: Sean Wenham
Publisher: Sean Wenham
Played on: Android
Release Date: N/A (Last updated December 11, 2015)
Time Played: 18 minutes
Paid: $0 (Free to play) 1,264 more words

Preview: Is Yesterday Origins Too Linear to be Intriguing? — GameSpew

We managed to get our hands on an exclusive preview copy of Yesterday Origins, the new point and click game coming later this week to PS4, Xbox One and Steam.

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Day #282: Fran Bow

Today, a scientifically accurate look at the side effects of anti-depressants.

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Dropsy was far better than I anticipated. I think it was that it didn’t just go for easy weird-territory, “scary clown” bits or rely overmuch on rando amoral webforum humor; I think Dropsy earns the player’s sympathies very quickly. 1,269 more words

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