Entrapment - An adventure game by Stuart Lilford of Lightbulb Games

Entrapment

The first of my reviews (finally) of the selection of games generously included in the AGS Bake Sale bundle and what an opening it is. Entrapment is a game by Stuart Lilford, aka Tenacious Stu, of Lightbulb Games created using Adventure Game Studio and first prototyped back in January 2011 when he was at University. The finished game sees the main […]

Screenshot of The Dream Machine adventure game by Cockroach Incorporated

The Dream Machine

Life is but a dream.. I’ve really been sinking my teeth into some great Indie games over the last couple of months. There’s some truly amazing things going on out there thanks to some really talented individuals. One of those little gems is The Dream Machine by Cockroach Incorporated, with its creators Erik Zaring and Anders […]

Big ball of Twine

“Semantic” – Relating to meaning in language or logic One of the new(ish) buzzwords around town seems to be the ‘semantic web’ or web 3.0 as some are calling it. I’ll be honest and say I’m only ankle deep in the whole thing, but as far as I’m aware, the idea is for a web […]

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

[ EDIT: The following was previously part of a double-review with Tombraider: Anniversary. I’ve since split this post in two for readability – 04/03/2012 ] Two games this week – I did promise you a review of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Tombraider: Anniversary – so here goes. I’ll try to be as […]

Tomb Raider: Anniversary

[ EDIT: The following was previously part of a double-review with Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. I’ve since split this post in two for readability – 04/03/2012 ] Two games this week – I did promise you a review of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Tombraider: Anniversary – so here goes. I’ll […]

Pandora’s Star – Peter F Hamilton

I’ve just finished reading Peter F. Hamilton’s ‘Pandora’s Star’. It was really good. Definately my kind of thing – sci-fi -and very detailed. The writer takes three quarters of the book just building up the characters and the politcal situation before getting to the event described in the blurb – the star system mysteriously imprisoned […]

The Earthsea Series

I’ve just finished reading Tehanu by Ursula Le Guin. It’s the fourth book in the Earthsea series. The first book, A Wizard of Earthsea, has to be one of my all-time favourite books. I love the characters, the magic, the endless descriptions of this fictional world Earthsea, and all the songs and stories and deeds […]