Monthly Archives: March 2015

Never Alone (Kisima Inŋitchuŋa) – Review

Never Alone is a narrative platformer developed by Upper One Games, an indigenous games company belonging to the Cook Inlet Tribal Council in Alaska.  Iñupiat elders were at the heart of the writing, collaborating with the developers to portray a … Continue reading

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The Witches – Review

The Witches (Terry Pratchet), by Martin Wallace, is a great board game with beautiful art, straight forward rules and just enough complexity to be compelling without making it inaccessible. You can start with one to four playable characters, all young … Continue reading

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Dragon Age Inquisition – Herald Fan Art

I often start artsy things and I very rarely finish them, but I just about managed to keep going with this one. It was all inspired by the tarots from Dragon Age Inquisition.  All your disciples (followers and advisors) have … Continue reading

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