Only two indie games played this week because one of them was so good I actually played it more than a half hour.
I played seven indie games this past week. “Played” might be a strong word. More like “tried.”
I didn’t set out to get a Playstation 5 to play Demon’s Souls, it just kind of happened.
Over on the Blaugust Discord, there’s been a flurry of discussion about a new #JustOnePercent challenge of playing indie games, and it occurred to me to wonder what exactly is an indie game?
Some thoughts on Bloodborne, Dark Souls 3, and the upcoming Elden Ring.
I have to write a post about this don’t I. It would be like not mentioning 9/11.
Of course I’m writing a web app to manage my list of books to read. Doesn’t everyone?
Tonight I’m going to start “flipping the switch” to host the blog entirely in AWS.
Around the start of every new year, there’s a collective burst of enthusiasm around humanity for trying new things. I, for example, am trying to devise a new reading strategy.
The first post of the year is about … sigh … NFTs.
The final episode of the first season ends with a bang.
I got something out of Advent of Code 2021, but I didn’t like how it affected me.
The Ways and Fal Dara and The Warder and The Wisdom.
An episode full of Aes Sedai politics.
I’m working on this year’s Advent of Code programming puzzles, something that’s new to me.