Supermash and The Art of the Hybrid-Genre

For the past few days, I've been playing Supermash, developed and published by Digital Continue. Supermash bids itself as a "game that makes games". You run a video games store, that's on the verge of closing, when you discover an old retro console that lets you combine (or mash) two different genres of game together… Continue reading Supermash and The Art of the Hybrid-Genre

In Other News #002

Between sweltering record heatwaves, malfunctioning transport networks, trespassing dogs and national flood warnings, this week has been quite unusual to say the least. It's just typical that by the time the weekend comes around, the “glorious” temperatures that baked us alive on our fragile daily commute are replaced with greying skies and miserable torrential rain.… Continue reading In Other News #002

Miniature Painting, A Rediscovery

Once upon a time in the early to mid 90's a much younger version of myself discovered Games Workshop, and its fantastic worlds of Warhammer Fantasy, Warhammer 40K and Necromunda amongst others. Many a weekend would I spend trying my hand at painting miniatures, or battling at the local store. However it wasn't long before… Continue reading Miniature Painting, A Rediscovery

In Other News #001

So what games have I been playing lately? What shows have caught my eye? I recently finished watching season one of The Rain on Netflix, a pretty enjoyable Danish drama set in a post-apocalypse where a deadly virus carried by rainfall infects and kills anyone exposed to it. The series follows a group of people… Continue reading In Other News #001