Monthly Archives: April 2015

On The Battle of the Five Armies

The Battle of the Five Armies, the third film in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy, doesn’t make a lot of sense to me. I’m a weird half-fan of Tolkien. I went through “the phase” as a kid, and then I checked out … Continue reading

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I was on Gamechurch talking about games and religion

Just a quick post that I forgot to make a while back: I was on the Gamechurch podcast a while back and I think that it is a pretty good talk overall. We chat about the south and what it … Continue reading

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Line Hollis on King’s Quest IV and Manuals

It’s funny. I was raised on these games, so there was definitely a time when I was a dutiful manual reader. I remember excitedly yanking the manuals out of the game boxes on the way home from the computer store. … Continue reading

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“choreography for body without organs” by Neil Gravander

NWS for an art penis I’m less amazed by what is going on here technically than I am by the idea that something so seemingly simple can produce something that looks so weird and alien. I’ll follow this up a … Continue reading

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