Age of Mythology was a huge part of my childhood. It was one of the two games that ruined me for Starcraft when I finally bought a friend’s copy. The music, the story, and the unit responses are all ingrained somewhere deep into my mind. I knew that there was a board game, but had never followed up on it. But then… Continue reading
When digital distributors give you free games, make blog posts about them. It’s like making lemonade, if you don’t think about it.
Mount & Blade’s writing… well, it really reminds me that I’m in a video game. More after the break.
The 11/15 Kerbal Space Program stream for the UHCL Physics Club. This time we do some part testing, some successful part testing, and we start on the journey to the Mun!
I am the Digital Simulations Chair for my college’s Physics Club, essentially the biggest KSP nerd in the room at any given time. I’ve taken to trying to stream KSP for them weekly, and here is the first week’s result:
The best way to get someone to buy a game is to have their friends playing it. Speedrunners is entirely one of those games, as I picked it up quickly on sale after watching my friends play on stream. The game is Early Access but I really think it could go somewhere to be an indie darling multiplayer game.