Hey everyone! I’ve got one of my favourite games to tell you about today: Gardenscapes! I played the original “Mansion Makeover” on my laptop years ago (it was put out in 2009, and I’m staring at that and thinking, damn, that’s nearly a decade ago now. HOW CAN THAT BE ALMOST A DECADE AGO!?!) Gardenscapes…

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I LOVED Oregon Trail when I was in college the first time. I played it so much, I used to have dreams about needing to fix wagon wheels. We were allowed to play it in the Mac Room (that’s legit what Sir Sandford Fleming College in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada called the computer lab back in…

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Mass Effect: Andromeda, the newest production from the team at BioWare. I’ve had several requests to discuss my thoughts so far, so here goes. I’ll be careful to leave out spoilers. I am playing it on the Xbox One, and other platforms might perform differently. I am going to focus on the single player campaign,…

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Up till recently I had been playing the same 4 or 5 games. However, recently I have had a bit of cash to spare and I bought some new ones. I bought Elder scrolls online. I wish I could say I was impressed. It is a fun way to pass the time. You can interact…

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I may have mentioned that my recent gaming has consisted pretty much of 1 game. It has provided entertainment for months now. There are quests, side quests and treasure hunts. There are monsters, wizards, sorceresses, witches and 3 nasty old hags who live in a hut and devour children. There’s blood and dismemberment. This is…

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New Year has just arrived, 2017! We still can feel the cold of winter, the last taste from New Year Eve’s dinner, and one of the most expected gifts for the little ones (and not so little) are the newest technological additions for video gaming. The gamer community has been steadily increasing throughout the years….

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Oregon Trail Card Game

The Oregon Trail Revisited When I was in elementary school, computers were still fairly new. (The Apple II and Apple IIe were wonders of the time!) But one of the perks about learning how to use them was playing games, like The Oregon Trail. Both educational and addictive, this deceptively simple simulation game left me…

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Title: Vault-Tec Workshop (Fallout 4 DLC) Developer: Bethesda Game Studios Platforms: PS4, XBox One, PC Release Dates: July 26, 2016 Genre: Action RPG Players: Single player ESRB Rating: M Kid Friendly Rating: 17+ Ultra-violence, gore, swearing, sadistic activities. Personal Rating: 3.5/5 Synopsis: Bethesda’s Fifth DLC for Fallout 4 is an interesting one. Once the wastleland wanderer reaches Level 20, they detect…

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It has been and continues to be a busy month. Not all of it has been good. I was told on the 1st that I should prepare for the death of my mother. She died during the night. While I am obviously upset it was not unexpected. She suffered from Dementia and had long ceased…

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I have been waiting for Open Beta to launch since I discovered this game on my Steam Queue. For as long as I can remember, I have been obsessed with pets, and once I started playing World of Warcraft and was introduced to BM Hunters, my world was forever changed.  Sadly, my passion for WoW…

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Title: Zombies, Run! Developer: Six to Start Platform(s): iOS, Android, Windows Phone Release Date(s): February 27, 2012 Genre: Fitness, Horror, Adventure Players: 1 ESRB Rating: N/A Kid Friendly Rating: 13+ Rated “Teen” in the Google Play store. Features violence, gore, and scary plotlines. Undead hordes occasionally chase you through the wasteland. Language is generally PG and sexual…

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Okay, I’ll admit, I have hopped off of the World of Warcraft train.  But I’ll save that for an entirely different post.  In my urge to play an MMORPG, I have been exploring Free To Play Options, ranging from Perfect World Entertainment, Felspire, and a few other browser type games that I didn’t stick with….

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Hearld, an Interactive Drama I came across Heard and Wispfire studios when Nick Witsel the Narrative Designer and Producer of Herald began following me on Twitter. Admittedly, I brushed the game off because I was so busy with other games from bigger AAA developers and publishers. Herald frequently came up in discussions about games embracing…

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