Ages ago I picked up the Space Pilgrim games on Steam. Its a four episode point-and-click adventure game in the styling of old RPG games. With a female lead and a twisty story it was very easy to get sucked into the world very fast.
So as you know I have a load of Steam games that I’ve brought (and keep adding to) that I never play and this time out I thought I’d give a game that I fell in love with the moment I saw it in the Steam store, brought it and never had the time to play.
Last week we managed to get a whole chapter of the game done. Now we are on Monkey Island and its time to save Elaine!
Last week we unfortunately ended Sam & Max for good… Or at least the TellTale game Sam & Max as the LucasArts point and click will be coming at some point in the main gaming babble blog.
So our last goodbye to Sam and Max?
The fourth episode in the TellTale Game series sees the continuation of the war of words between House Forrester and House Whitehill.
Through its up and downs I’m attached to this game now. I have no real hopes that anything I do will make a difference but I am at least happy to carry on and see where the story goes.
It is the first and only Game of Thrones story I’ve become attached to in any way.
The second game in the Game of Thrones series. I wasn’t particularly taken by the first episode but regardless I’ve decided to finish it.
The second episode see’s Gared make it to the wall, we get introduced to Asher and see what happens to House Forrester and Mira.
A different kind of game to talk about today. One that I can see me playing for a long time.
Cherry Tree High Comedy Club is a Action Visual Novel game where you control the main character, Miley Verisse, as she tries to convince people to join the Comedy Club.