When I looked at my Goodreads stats this year, for the first time in well over a decade I saw this: I didn't realize it's been over a year since I stopped using
Endless loops of running between bottlenecks, issues, outages. Lots of bug squishing. Dopamine highs when you complete your latest change and see the whole monster of a thing you've created spring back to life. Count me in.
I've always kept records of video games I buy (or redeem for free). Given how many various services there are, I found it useful to jot down what I bought where, and where
I've been thinking about the history and the role of print magazines in gaming recently. I read Level, it's my main source of information on games, and I wondered whether there actually are
Last year when thinking about coffeebreak roguelikes, I stumbled upon the Roguelike Radio podcast. Since then, I've listened to nearly 50 episodes. I'm quite picky: Any rambling, drawn-out podcast (that often sounds like