Tag Archives: One-handed Games

Indie Time: Swords and Sorcery — Underworld Gold

Longtime readers may recall that I was quite impressed with Might and Magic Book One, a game originally released in 1986, when I played it for the first time a few years ago. Impressed enough, in fact, that I honored … Continue reading

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Roguelike Highlights: Iter Vehemens Ad Necem

New readers may wish to read my introduction to roguelikes first. Also, know that you can click on the screenshots for larger versions. “Iter vehemens ad necem” is a Latin phrase meaning “a violent road to death”. The game Iter … Continue reading

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You Shouldn’t Play Vigil: Blood Bitterness

Okay. I bought Vigil: Blood Bitterness several years ago for about $1 during a super-sale, which saw the entire Meridian4 catalog going for very cheap. I checked out the sale for Shadowgrounds (which is an excellent game) but decided to … Continue reading

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Roguelike-like: FTL

Readers who are unfamiliar with roguelikes may wish to read my introduction on the subject first. It seems that everyone in the world is playing FTL. It’s one of the first Kickstarter games to be finished (although it was already … Continue reading

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History Lessons: Master Of Magic

New readers may wish to read my History Lessons Introduction first. Previous History Lesson posts can be found here. I couldn’t stay away. At first I thought I’d just take a break from games while my wrist healed, but soon … Continue reading

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Indie Time: Hammerfight

In between penning the epic Saga of Urist Redbeard, I’ve managed to find a little time to continue my indie game stint. Having finished LIMBO and Bastion, the next game on my list was Hammerfight, a game by Konstantin Koshutin … Continue reading

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