“Prey” Walk-through, Part II

I made it to the lobby of Talos I in the first part of this walkthrough. In this part, I start to make my way through the lobby, piece by Mimic-filled piece. First, some Housekeeping. Housekeeping Like I mentioned before: this isn't an "official" walkthorugh. 'Prey' offers you the chances to take different paths through it; this … Continue reading “Prey” Walk-through, Part II

“Prey” Walk-through, Part I

I had previously written a few posts on my play-through of the PC game, 'Prey'. However, I found myself missing rooms, missing items, not remembering where I found a few important items, and ending up with some disjointed posts. I started a new game, explored more areas that I left behind, and took better notes. … Continue reading “Prey” Walk-through, Part I

Review: “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?” Card Game

I've played a few games over the last few months that I planned on reviewing. First on the list is the card game based on the kids' TV show, Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?. Thoughts on it come after the Break. Calling all ACME Detectives! Carmen Sandiego is on the loose again! Publisher: … Continue reading Review: “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?” Card Game

(Almost) Rooting Against the Protagonist: Harry Dresden

Oh, Harry Dresden. I'm trying to stay in your corner but you are making it very hard to do so! Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden. Yes, his middle names were based on 2 "magicians". Speaking of magicians, Dresden is that: a magician, living in Chicagoland, working as a Private Investigator. He, like all magicians of Jim Butcher's Dresden … Continue reading (Almost) Rooting Against the Protagonist: Harry Dresden

10 All-Time Favorite Albums

One of the current Facebook trends is to post, over 10 days, a picture of your 10 favorite albums, with no explanation for the choice. Well, I'm about to post my 10 favorite albums and some will have explanations. A special mention goes to the 1993 debut album by 311, called "Music". I never owned … Continue reading 10 All-Time Favorite Albums

Review: “Smallworld”

Designer: Philippe Keyaerts Publisher: Days of Wonder and Others Players: 2-5 Ages: 8+ Play Time: 40-80 minutes The world is too small for all of these races.  Some need to be culled. Some need to step up and conquer their neighbors. Which races will be the conquered and which will be the conquerors? Smallworld is an empire-building … Continue reading Review: “Smallworld”