It’s not often you come across a tactical WWII game that features the fascist invasion of the Soviet Union. Partisans 1941 changes this. Usually, games that do focus on the Soviet Union’s efforts in WWII focus on the counterattack and inevitable capturing of Berlin. These events occur much later in the war than the events of Partisans 1941. Which is one of the reasons Partisans 1941 can be a refreshing experience.
If you’ve purchased the Leap Motion Controller, plugged it in, installed the software, and received a message saying the firmware has updated only to see the LED on the front no longer turns on, don’t panic. The same thing happened to me.
Early this month there was a lot of discussion about Days Gone, and since it was on sale on Steam I decided to ride into the Hot Take mines. So I packed my (virtual) motorcycle and headed to (also virtual) Oregon. I know a lot of people like Days Gone, but to be honest, IContinue reading “This Week I Played Days Gone”
Backbone can in the loosest terms be described as a furry detective game, which is why in April of 2018 I wasted no time in backing it on Kickstarter. Since then I mostly tried to forget about that game. I know personally that if I follow a game’s development closely I am doomed for disappointment.Continue reading “This Week I Played Backbone”
Near the end of the terrible year that was 2020, my company asked everyone to use their paid time off since in 2021 we’re switching to a different way of holding them. Because of this, I have had almost two weeks of vacation at the end of a year where I can’t go and visitContinue reading “How Red Dead Online Got Me Through a Depression”
Michael nervously wiped the sweat from his paws. The raccoon bent the delicate wires as quickly as he could, trying his best not to damage them. He still had too much work left to do. He’d eaten through the amount of time he estimated for this part of the job already. Every moment he lingeredContinue reading “Coffee Run”
I wrote this story about a year ago because where I live it was around the time deer start shedding their antlers. I wanted to write a short little story about how that might look for a college buck. The pain radiating from the young buck’s ankle forced him to sit rigidly on the examinationContinue reading “Missing Antler”
This story features the demon and werewolf characters again. I wrote this one about six months after the other one. The scene is a direct sequel to This Scene and was written around the same time. John Dee Whalen leaned over the couch eagerly. His husband, a lean and powerful werewolf, stood behind him. TheContinue reading “Sex Scene: A Night In”
I wrote this story two years ago. I guess it’s not so much a story as a couple of short scenes. The characters are from a table top game I was in around the time. The demon character was mine and the werewolf character is his NPC husband. Since the game fleshed out their relationshipContinue reading “Sex Scene: Light Bondage”
I wanted to write out a story that I came up with playing D&D in order to figure out how two characters might act if they had some intimate time together. All you need to know about this semi-probably-non-canon scene is that our party has a gnoll companion and in our old party I playedContinue reading “Sex Scene: The Satyr King and the Gnoll Warrior”