Little Misfortune – Fox Protector, Monster Child Abductor

Happiness to the blog! I spent last weekend playing another indie game in the backlog and I am torn whether to consider it an adventure or a horror game because it does have some scary elements to it. Either way, it was an interesting game with beautiful graphics. That game is Little Misfortune. Misfortune is… Continue reading Little Misfortune – Fox Protector, Monster Child Abductor


Cat Quest – Dragonblood vs. Drakoth

That's a wrap on another indie game! Honestly, this one was a mixture of things but I wanted to play it because I love cats! Cat Quest is an RPG adventure game where you play as a cat setting out to save your sister from a dark lord named Drakoth. In this world, there are… Continue reading Cat Quest – Dragonblood vs. Drakoth


What Remains of Edith Finch – Pieces of a Lost Family

Another indie game completed. Sometimes I just need to prioritize squeezing these in between the bigger games I play (and replay!) and then I discover that it doesn't take me long to complete indie games like these. Today's indie game review is none other than What Remains of Edith Finch. I have seen a couple… Continue reading What Remains of Edith Finch – Pieces of a Lost Family


Dragons of Rovaniemi

This is a two part dream and it feels super relieving to have this at the end of a workweek after having very bland or no dreams at all. In this dream, I was in Finland. Yes, Finland, you should know by now that it's a place I've always wanted to visit. Somehow, I already… Continue reading Dragons of Rovaniemi


The Calling – Architect and Ghouls

Ah, it's time for another book review and in the Dragon Age universe no less. I feel like this one is a vast improvement from its predecessor. We're still in the land of Ferelden now, but this one is definitely closer to the start of the events during the fifth Blight. After Maric has successfully… Continue reading The Calling – Architect and Ghouls