Album Review: Aries Field – Path for Redemption

Aries Field is a one-man hard/alternative rock band, originally from Italy but now based elsewhere. Aries Field was originally a three a three man group, made up of Fabio Stroppa, Francesco barnabó, and Davide Valentini but after developing their first full length album they split up. However Fabio Stroppa kept Aries Field alive, and is … Continue reading Album Review: Aries Field – Path for Redemption

Interview with Dave Gilbert (Emerald City Confidential)

First off, tell me about yourself? Hi! I’m Dave Gilbert, head of Wadjet Eye Games. I’m 42 years old, live in Brooklyn with my wife and kid, and have been a full-time indie dev since 2006. What games do you remember most from your childhood, and do you feel they influence/influenced how you make games? … Continue reading Interview with Dave Gilbert (Emerald City Confidential)

Game Review: Emerald City Confidential

Emerald City Confidential is a truly spectacular game Developed by Wadjet Eye Games (who also developed Resonance) and Published by PlayFirst, on February 19th 2009. I was lucky enough to get an Interview with Dave Gilbert, the designer behind the game, so if you want to find out a little more about him and Emerald … Continue reading Game Review: Emerald City Confidential

Interview with Mauricio García (The Last Door)

First off, tell me about yourself? Hi, I’m Mauricio García, producer of Blasphemous and CEO of the studio. I’m formerly a game programmer, I was actually the programmer behind The Last Door, our previous game. Tell me about The Game Kitchen and about the team that works there? The Game Kitchen is a relatively small … Continue reading Interview with Mauricio García (The Last Door)

Game Review: The Last Door (Season 1)

I first came across The Last Door when I was having a nostalgia day and looking for old flash games I played when I was younger, this led me to the Deeper Sleep series, and you can check out my reviews of those games here, here and here. Anyway, after I played those games I … Continue reading Game Review: The Last Door (Season 1)

Interview with Kevin Beimers (Schrödinger’s Cat And The Raiders Of The Lost Quark)

First off, Tell me about yourself? And tell me a little about Italic Pig and what it’s like to work there? I got into the Northern Irish games scene by way of animation. About 12 years ago I moved to Northern Ireland from Canada to be an art director for an animated children’s series. That … Continue reading Interview with Kevin Beimers (Schrödinger’s Cat And The Raiders Of The Lost Quark)

Game Review: Schrödinger’s Cat And The Raiders Of The Lost Quark

I first came across this game in a Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin'? (HAWP) video, which you can check out here if you’re interested, and I strongly suggest you do because HAWP are awesome, but anyway enough unrelated promotion, when I saw the video on their channel I was immediately taken in by the quirky design, the … Continue reading Game Review: Schrödinger’s Cat And The Raiders Of The Lost Quark

Interview with Niklas Hallin (Yono and the Celestial Elephants)

First off, tell me about yourself? And tell me a little about Neckbolt? My name is Niklas and I live in Sweden. I create video games because my brain is too systematic for painting and too romantic for engineering! And I work by myself, coding, animating, writing and designing all on my lonesome, because as … Continue reading Interview with Niklas Hallin (Yono and the Celestial Elephants)

Game Review: Yono and the Celestial Elephants

Yono and the Celestial Elephants is an adorable little puzzler about elephants, and yet it’s so much more, but before we get into that I’ll share some of the important information. Yono and the Celestial Elephants was released on the 12th October 2017 for Microsoft Windows and most recently the Nintendo Switch. I played it … Continue reading Game Review: Yono and the Celestial Elephants

Book Review: Injections of Insanity by Lorraine Mace

This review comes with a brief apology as well as the usual blog tour disclosure, so this was supposed to go up on the 14th June, but I wrote the date down wrong when I was entering it into my calendar and so instead I had it scheduled for today, which is the 16th, so … Continue reading Book Review: Injections of Insanity by Lorraine Mace

Author Interview: Samantha Goodwin

Tell me about yourself? And what made you want to be a writer? I live in Leeds, England, with my husband, Chris, and our young son, Jack. I’ve written professionally for my business career as a Chartered Marketing Manager for over a decade before turning my hand to fiction. In my day job I work … Continue reading Author Interview: Samantha Goodwin

Book review: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Pages – 355 Publisher – Penguin Random House “Daisy: That’s how it was back then. I was just supposed to be the inspiration for some man’s great idea. Well, fuck that. That’s why I started writing my own stuff.” page 16. The first time I heard about Taylor Jenkins Reid was when her last book, … Continue reading Book review: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Book Review: Children in Chains by Lorraine Mace

So I agreed to review all three of Lorraine Mace’s D.I Sterling novels for Rachel’s Random Resources blog tour and after reviewing the first entry in the series I was chomping at the bit to read and review this one. As with other blog tours I’ve done (Which you can check out here and here) … Continue reading Book Review: Children in Chains by Lorraine Mace

Book Review: The Whisperers of Evernow by Heidi Catherine

Just a quick disclaimer before we get started, I’m doing this review as part of a blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources, this isn’t the first time I’ve had the chance to take part in one of these, if you’d like to check out the other times I’ve taken part then click here or … Continue reading Book Review: The Whisperers of Evernow by Heidi Catherine

Book Review: Retriever of Souls by Lorraine Mace

Full disclosure, this review is part of a blog tour I’m doing for Rachel’s Random Resources, where I have the privilege of being able to read and review ‘Retriever of Souls’, the first instalment in the D.I. Sterling series. While this is part of an official blog tour, you can expect the same level of … Continue reading Book Review: Retriever of Souls by Lorraine Mace