Tag Archives: Free

More Magical Misadventures

Readers unfamiliar with roguelikes (or should I say deathcrawls?) may wish to read my introduction to the genre first. I’ve also posted about Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup a lot, so you might want to read those posts too, but keep … Continue reading

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Another Link In The: RPG Maker Chain Game

Longtime readers may remember that I wrote about the “chain game” Chain of Retribution a couple of years ago. It was developed by seven people in succession, each handing the game off to the next after their portion of the … Continue reading

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Samorost 2 Is A Quick But Beautiful Adventure

Whew… I’ve found myself very busy once again, so I’ve been slow to post. But I have managed to write this short post about a short but very pretty game. Amanita Design, the small independent game developer based in the … Continue reading

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Roguelike Updates: New Crawlers and Redder Rogues

Readers who are unfamiliar with rogulikes may wish to read my introduction to the genre, or some of my Roguelike Highlights posts. Also remember that you can click on images to view larger versions. One of the two updated roguelikes … Continue reading

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Card Hunter Is Even Better Than Expected

Please remember that you can click on screenshots for larger versions. Many recent games have utilized the new “free to play” business model, in which the game itself is free but players are encouraged to make small purchases, known as … Continue reading

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I Tried To Play Dwarf Fortress Again

As always, you can click on images for larger versions. It’s high time I wrote about Dwarf Fortress. What is Dwarf Fortress? It is gigantic, confusing, insane, and legendary. It has been the work of Bay 12 Games, consisting of … Continue reading

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Trenchcoat Time: X-Noir Demo

Diligent readers may remember that I quite liked the massive, free Japanese-style role-playing game Master of the Wind. Since it was completed, developers Solest have been working on two other games, the short puzzle game Labyrinthine Dreams (which recently had … Continue reading

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