How Buddy’s Parent Met – A game review

Some of my earliest memories were of playing puzzle games. Be it because they were simply to program in an era where shockwave flash games dominated or because my parents saw them as child friendly – in comparison to other flash games, I would later find on sites like Newgrounds they were a constant companion to my game time on pc. It was a format well suited to the platform, clicking and dragging pieces was something I could accomplish easily with the mouse and, much like Real-Time Strategy Games or Management games, it was a type of game I didn’t see working very well on consoles.

Farol de Esperança: Antologia Hopepunk Book Review – or one that’s useless to you if you don’t speak Portuguese

I don’t pick up new books often. That’s a statement that might surprise you or it might a statement that, if you live in Portugal can make all the sense in the world. Really, I should rephrase that sentence a little, I don’t pick up books new, from bookstores often. My trips to thrift stores…