Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Barkley 2 Kickstarter Campaign Has Launched

Just a quick post to let everyone know that the Kickstarter campaign for the sequel to Barkley, Shut Up And Jam: Gaiden has launched. I already wrote about the game’s announcement, but now you can go donate to help get … Continue reading

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Indie Time: Kevin Rudd Farming Generations

I feel like I’m writing about Japanese-style role-playing games disproportionately often, compared to what I’m actually playing. I think this is because, like roguelikes, they make excellent “break time” games that can be played in short, quick sessions and don’t … Continue reading

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Barkley, Shut Up And Jam: Gaiden Is Getting A Sequel

I don’t usually do news posts (well, maybe the Roguelike Updates posts qualify), but this is important. Barkley, Shut Up And Jam: Gaiden, everyone’s favorite Japanese-style RPG about the last living b-ball stars and their struggle to survive in the … Continue reading

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Roguelike Updates: Who Needs Leveling, Anyway?

It’s time for another roundup of updates to the various roguelikes I’ve covered on this blog. The big news is that Brogue has reached v1.7, with some major changes. With the exception of its scrolls of enchantment — which allowed … Continue reading

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Behind The Times: Torchlight

Please note that, like always, you can click on the screenshots for bigger versions. I originally intended to finish playing Torchlight in time for the release of Torchlight 2. Then I injured my wrist, and since Torchlight is a 2-handed … Continue reading

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