Deponia – review

I was given a copy of the game via Steam as a birthday gift, and whilst I was really looking forward to play it… I was quite disappointed by it in the end. This is a non-otome point-and-click adventure, so if that’s not to your taste, move on.

This was going to be a proper review, but I think it turned into a rambling rant very early on… also, I didn’t take screenshots whilst playing and I don’t feel like reinstalling the game just to take screenshots so…



The Book of Unwritten Tales – review

My hasn’t this blog been dead for a while… anyhoo… a change in personal circumstances means I suddenly have a lot less time to play games, and I don’t think that will change for the foreseeable future. I still play games, but I can only play something like 30min a day. Took me weeks to finish The Book of Unwritten Tales at that pace… and recently I started getting into Magic The Gathering so there goes all my money.

The Book of Unwritten Tales is a non-otome, point-and-click adventure game for PC. Move on if this is not to your taste.


Aeon Avenger – review (with Symphony of Eternity)

Yet again another review for non-otome game… this time for Aeon Avenger made by Kemco Games. Only read this if you’re interested in playing retro-looking RPG games on an Android device.

…to be honest this is more of a rant than a review, but ehh.


Little Inferno – review

Title card

Title card

I picked up Little Inferno by Tomorrow Corporation at the End of Year Steam sale, and finished it in one sitting. …it’s not exactly _that_ short to be finished in one sitting; I just couldn’t stop playing… when the ending credit rolled my reaction was “F***, it’s already 3AM?!” Thankfully it was the weekend…

Recommended, if you like a simple game hiding a profound question and contemplation.


Hamlet – review

Happy New Year! I’m still in holiday mode, so here’s a review for a terribly short non-otome game…

…the proper name is Hamlet or the Last Game without MMORPG Features, Shaders and Product Placement… so you can probably see why I decided to shorten it for the post title. Got this (very, very) short point-and-click game off Steam when it was on sale for $2.50. …and it’s probably still a bit too expensive at that price, given that you can finish it in around 15min or so using a guide.


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Just an otome game fan. ...who spends a lot of weekends playing otome games on PC with a Japanese dictionary propped open on her lap.