Anyone who’s owned a cat can tell you that they are hide and seek champions, putting Waldo and Carmen Sandiego to shame.
Today in games I've been eying for a while: a game with a plot that we are getting uncomfortably close to.
When I bought the 1,700+ itch.io bundle, I had no clue how to handle it. Where on Earth would I find time for all these games? How do I even start?
Coming to terms with someone’s passing is always difficult, even if you weren’t that close to them.
If you've ever waited for the last minute to buy a gift for someone, you know it can be a bit of a stressful situation.
In 1954, Alfred Hitchcock put out Rear Window, a mystery thriller about a man who breaks his leg and, with little left to do, spends all day looking out his window at his neighbors.
Sometimes I feel nostalgic for school clubs, especially when they’d all gather together for special events to promote themselves and recruit new members.
Trespassing is a crime. Like, an actual legal crime, but also there are some places you don't trespass for good reasons.
I always enjoy seeing an indie team's take on RPGs. It leads to some impressively creative efforts, the kind that reinvigorate my love for the genre.
I figure writing a children's book is one of those things that's a lot harder than it actually seems.