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Leah Looks at “The Willows” by Nathan Carson

Leah Looks at “The Willows” by Nathan Carson

Leah Looks at Algernon Blackwood’s The Willows Graphic Novel Written by Nathan Carson Artwork by Sam Ford I am humbled to have received a review copy of this stunning adaptation of the classic Algernon Blackwood novella, “The Willows” from its author, Nathan Carson. My existing relationship with the willow tree of memory leads me to […]

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A Holiday update for Plantera!

A Holiday update for Plantera!

Dammit Plantera, This Beer is Warm – an Update VaragTP has sent the following announcement – “Get ready for snow. Christmas is coming to Plantera on December 7!” (update for Steam and Nintendo Switch) The team over at VaragTP have decided to gear up for the coming holiday with festive cozy hats and an additional […]

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Leah Looks at: Professional Farmer – American Dream

By on November 18, 2017 in Legends of Tabletop with 0 Comments
Leah Looks at:  Professional Farmer – American Dream

Greetings, all! Our friends over at UIG have given me the privilege to review their latest simulation game. Professional Farmer – American Dream grants you the opportunity to strike your own industrial-scale tools into the unforgiving soil. Gain insight into what lies behind and goes into those products we so easily take for granted, both […]

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Leah Looks at Tales From a Talking Board

Leah Looks at Tales From a Talking Board

When I received an advance reading copy of “Tales From a Talking Board,” my dark little heart leapt for joy. I knew that upon turning this finely styled vessel over in my hands, that there were many portents held within. This anthology contains a mélange of directives, a choir of voices that sing tidings of […]

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Leah Looks At – Fidget Spinner: Journey of Secrets

By on June 12, 2017 in Legends of Tabletop with 0 Comments
Leah Looks At – Fidget Spinner: Journey of Secrets

Fidget Spinner Journey of Secrets Ezone.com Edis Brothers Game iOS® http://ezone.com/ios/journey Android™ http://ezone.com/android/journey Hi everybody, this one’s just a very fast and brief blurb about this free to play fidget-spinning app. Can’t find one of these devices fast enough? Need a compelling story to go along with your virtual fidget spinner? Get your hands on […]

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Leah Looks At – Splody

Leah Looks At – Splody

Splody Released: Mar 21, 2017 Genre: Action, Casual, Indie Publisher: Dashing Strike Developer: Dashing Strike http://store.steampowered.com/app/467810/Splody/ System Requirements: MINIMUM: OS: Windows 7 Processor: 1 Ghz or faster Memory: 512 MB RAM Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 2500 or better Storage: 100 MB available space Additional Notes: Controllers recommended for local multiplayer (up to 20 players!! WOW!) […]

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Leah looks at Typoman: Revised

By on March 17, 2017 in Game Reviews, Legends of Tabletop with 0 Comments
Leah looks at Typoman: Revised

Typoman Revised Genre: Adventure, Indie Developer: Brainseed Factory Publisher: Brainseed Factory Available on Steam, PS4, Xbox One Over the past year I have had the opportunity to take a look at quite a few products coming out of the indie game development scene. While there is a glut of the good old standards available, I […]

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Leah Looks at Joe’s Diner

By on February 17, 2017 in Game Reviews, Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Leah Looks at Joe’s Diner

Leah Looks At: Joe’s Diner Joe’s Diner is one of the more recent additions provided by the developer VIS – Visual Imagination Software, and publisher United Independent Entertainment GmbH. I have gotten a glimpse of this offering through the PlayStation 4 online store. The player character is one that must work the night shift at […]

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