This week we review the popular new indie RPG Pom Gets Wi-Fi as well as the psycho puzzle point and click, Dopaminium: The Heal Journey! Will this feisty Pomeranian get the Plaster stamp of approval, and will her yaoi OTP come to fruition? Read on after the break!
Towards the end of senior year in Psychology AP we were assigned a project which involved documenting our lives while assuming the school of thought of various developmental researchers. One section constituted eight page-long memoirs with some relevant comments about Kohlberg’s, Piaget’s, Erickson’s, and Marcia’s systems of cognitive progress. My analyses are by no means insightful as much as they are perfunctory, but perhaps you will find the beastly bugbear I was as a child either endearing or a foil to your own maturation. Continue reading
Ben’s a good Christian but a worthless conversationalist. I told him, “I wish I didn’t have to wake up in the morning,” and he bubbled with a false sort of understanding.
“Yeah,” Ben offered uselessly; “I hate having to get up early.”
“No,” I said. “No, you don’t get it, man. I mean I wish I could just go to sleep and not wake up.”
If you’re a net-savvy gamer scouring the indie tags for the latest RPGMaker gem, look no further than these two Indie Game Maker Contest entries released this year
which you probably already know about, Oneshot and Tess!
Although a friend of mine has assured me that, like birthday gifts, it is the thought of playing video games that counts, I am perpetually frustrated that for all my hours whittled away at trying the things I am not actually skilled at them. Well, yes, “skilled” enough to be reasonably trained to handle the controls and know how things work, so I could probably beat my mother, true. But if paired in a room with a collection of gaming aficionados I would undoubtedly end up last in the tournament, even demoted to water cooler boy/team manager, the spot on the middle school basketball team that exists because the coach felt too much pity to cut you.
Hi-ho! Plaster the brain here, bringing you two sweet recent point and click adventures with expected new chapters slated for Summer 2014!* What better way to spend the beach season than getting a sick tan from the dim light of your monitor? Your friends want to invite you to their lake house? Tell them you’re busy clicking inventory items and trying to use them on everything help me I can’t play video games aaaa
One of my favorite Friday night activities is sitting alone hunched in front of a monitor with rice-crust pizza and pretending to murder people. This is second only to pretending to date people under the same circumstances. Thankfully, Ren’Py designers understand my consumer need and offer us these two free titles for all your wild late night pleasures that came out wrong. Finally, being the coolest kid in the friend group isn’t even a contest.
(I’ll update this with more quality free horror VNs as I find them — consider it a master post)
I haven’t updated in forever, so I hope you enjoy this play-by-play of the sensational romance, “Sasori Baby Daddy” by JadedBat; described only as “Sasori Baby Daddy Story” in the synopsis field. I’m billing the author because a cursory google search “sasori baby daddy” nets a frightening number of results, which I will have to confiscate later for… research purposes.
Yuri is no ordinary NEET — she’s a pregnant one, the fiancee of our favorite notorious S-ranked criminal puppeteer,
Alice Margatroid Akasuna no Sasori. Find out what happens when they experience some of the ramifications of a pretty average pregnancy.
Authorities this week are closing in on the location of the prolific serial killer and safecracker known only as “Olson,” using evidence presented in the recent puzzle game trilogy developed by Wertpol. We’re just here to review said puzzle trilogy, but we also hope that they maybe catch the criminal or whatever.