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  • Meg Simpson
  • March 18, 2016 12:23:48 AM
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A personal blog on gaming, travel and fiction. The author lives half in China and half in the US.

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Iggle Review of Takeout

We got a lovely review of Takeout over on Geek Girl Penpal Club: I was especially delighted by the accessibility of the cards for non-readers and those with color-blindness. Each flavor is delineated by a color, a word, and a … Continue reading...

We got a lovely review of Takeout over on Geek Girl Penpal Club:

I was especially delighted by the accessibility of the cards for non-readers and those with color-blindness. Each flavor is delineated by a color, a word, and a Chinese character, providing play to the broadest possible audience.

Takeout’s broad appeal and simplicity are the laurels on which it is to be lauded. Though not a chewy Euro game, it is easily grasped, making it friendly to almost all ages and player levels. The rules, which are printed on a “takeout menu” style sheet are memorable but thorough. The packaging is portable, perfectly shoved into a pocket or bag for a con or family event. In fact, family events are exactly the kind of place that Takeout will shine.

The replayability and the competitive streak the game incites make Takeout the perfect pastime at your next family reunion. Because it is such a delightfully simple game your niece who has yet to read, your cousin who’s too cool for tabletop, and your grandma who just isn’t as fast as she once was will all enjoy. Because each game is generally a digestible 15 to 45 minutes, players can comfortably join or leave the table between each set.

via Tabletop Review: Takeout


Apostrophe Catastrophe

While my coworker was away, giving a talk on teaching grammar to other ESL teachers, I edited all the comics she has over her desk to add minor grammar and usage errors. Sarah Andersen doesn’t really have typos in her … Continue reading...

While my coworker was away, giving a talk on teaching grammar to other ESL teachers, I edited all the comics she has over her desk to add minor grammar and usage errors.

Sarah Andersen doesn’t really have typos in her comics, but “Sarahs Scribble’s” is peak ESL pranking. So, I found the image files of the comics online, made some minor grammar mistakes, mostly just putting in unnecessary apostrophes and removing the necessary ones, printed them out at the same size and replaced my coworker’s original wall comics.

I’m so proud of my secret handiwork.


Pavilion: Touch Edition Review | Hardcore Droid

One of my favorite old magazines, Hardcore Droid, is back up, and I have a new review up. So fun to be writing here again. As If By An Occult Hand Pavilion is a unique twist on the exploration game. After … Continue reading →

One of my favorite old magazines, Hardcore Droid, is back up, and I have a new review up. So fun to be writing here again.

As If By An Occult Hand

Pavilion is a unique twist on the exploration game. After a few levels of sending my little hero back and forth, I started to feel a bit badly for him. Not only because I sent him running back and forth, again and again, that’s just life as a game protag. But he seemed afraid of the dark and I had to turn the lights out on him to get him towards his goal. He wanted to go towards the warmth, and I kept blocking his easy path. I couldn’t help feeling sorry for my passive hero, getting pushed on to different paths by unseen forces, especially in the levels where I had to ring multiple bells and make my hero keep changing his goals.

It’s hard to know if this is intentional or just my feelings about a lost little guy in an abandoned world. But playing this mobile game took me down mental paths about how much control we have over our life choices, and how much is just trying to get around obstacles.

Source: Pavilion: Touch Edition Review | Hardcore Droid


On No

After almost 3 years working on my MFA, I now have the bandwidth to start freelancing again. I got an interesting assignment in last Friday, and got an email on Monday morning asking for an update on how the job, … Continue reading →

After almost 3 years working on my MFA, I now have the bandwidth to start freelancing again. I got an interesting assignment in last Friday, and got an email on Monday morning asking for an update on how the job, due next Friday, is going. When I was writing and reviewing full time, I would immediately respond with a conciliatory email and daily progress updates. Now, I think, oooh, this is a poorly paid review and a secondary job writing update emails? I’ll finish this one but that’s enough from this guy.

The assignment is already so far below minimum wage or reasonable compensation, it’s almost embarrassing to talk about. (It’s also not one of the reviews I’ve linked here, or will link, because it will be published under a generic Staff byline. See previous re: the last 3 years in grad school, and restarting my freelance work.)

But it’s only because I have my main income from not-freelancing that I can say, no thanks, actually, I’m not gonna write additional progress updates in hopes of being such a great freelancer that I can land another underpaid assignment. Without the regular salary from teaching, I’d be accepting $10 assignments and apologizing for not having them done way before the deadline. I’m finally in a position to negotiate, and most importantly, to walk away.

Also I have an MFA, but that hasn’t had any effects yet.


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WorkBro made this and set it at the background on my classroom computer, and I almost died laughing.


WorkBro made this and set it at the background on my classroom computer, and I almost died laughing.


Deadbreak by Jorge Sanchez | ManyBooks

I have a new review of Deadbreak by Jorge Sanchez up on ManyBooks.net. Told in first-person by wisecracking Jeremiah, this is a story of survival against incredible odds. To survive, the remaining humans are up against not just zombie hordes, … Continue reading...


I have a new review of Deadbreak by Jorge Sanchez up on ManyBooks.net.

Told in first-person by wisecracking Jeremiah, this is a story of survival against incredible odds. To survive, the remaining humans are up against not just zombie hordes, but violent other survivors, lack of food, common injuries and illness without medical services, and just the general damages of harsh weather. Through it all, Jeremiah never runs out of snarky quips or movie quotes.

Source: Editorial Review: Deadbreak by Jorge Sanchez | ManyBooks  

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