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A Little To The Left – Cozy Tidies

One game I originally discovered from Day of the Devs last summer that I was eager to play was A Little To The Left. It was a game that spoke to me immediately with its gameplay of tidying things in different ways that just fed my ASD brain with so much delight. What's also very… Continue reading A Little To The Left – Cozy Tidies

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The Festival of Friendship

It's been nothing but binging in the valley the last few weeks since Gameloft launched a new update with new characters, quests and a star path. When I started playing this game, it was a week before Christmas and players were already into the heart of the holiday star path which are limited-time events in… Continue reading The Festival of Friendship

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Landlord of the Woods – Organs and Bones

Today I decided to play a wholesome and unique indie game developed and published by Madison Karrh. Any game made by a solo female dev is worth supporting. She has also recently released her newest game called Birth which was released last month. But, before I get to that, I am going to check out… Continue reading Landlord of the Woods – Organs and Bones

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Nature and Nurture

It's been an exhausting week, and I find solace in tending to my village of Dreamlight Valley. I am also starting to also consider how I will review this game since I often do not review games like these, I just either don't write anything or share updates on what I'm up to, but since… Continue reading Nature and Nurture

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Popular Game Series I Could Never Get Into

I love playing video games and discovering more games to play, but there will always be standalone or series that are just not for me. I may look at them and not see the appeal at all. Some players who are my friends can tell me how great those games are but nothing persuades me… Continue reading Popular Game Series I Could Never Get Into

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Monument Valley – Sacred Geometry

It took me longer to finish this game than I thought. After beating the main story and managing to finish seven out of the eight bonus chapters, I got stuck at the last one. Then I didn't have any energy to do a short standalone chapter as well. Then I once accidentally deleted my progress.… Continue reading Monument Valley – Sacred Geometry

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Steam Winter Sale 2022 – What I Bought

What a haul! I rarely buy things for the winter sale but this time I decided to. This will probably keep me busy into 2023. I still have other games waiting to be played and with a Steam Deck, I've been able to tackle my backlog faster. Sometimes I have a hard time deciding which… Continue reading Steam Winter Sale 2022 – What I Bought

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My Steam Replay of 2022

To wrap up 2022, Steam just launched a new feature that gives us a rundown of our gaming activity for the year. You know, like Spotify Wrapped for those who use it. I was actually quite surprised with the results that Valve was able to pull, especially since I can be so engrossed in a… Continue reading My Steam Replay of 2022

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Machine Hunting For Living

Ever played an open-world game for so long that you sometimes forget where you are because you're having too much fun in such a dangerous environment? That's me with Horizon Zero Dawn right now. It's not like any open-world game that I've played. In Skyrim I would always find something to do with quests here… Continue reading Machine Hunting For Living