My views have SO DROPPED lately, there’s barely anyone here! So, to start off the month right, I’ll post three screenshots from Mount Komorebi. Precisely three. However, I find them screenshots of high quality, as they gorgeously present the gorgeousness of Mount Komorebi and its snowy environs. I took them while sending the Ito familyContinue reading “Climbing Mount Komorebi – 3 screenshots”
I could progress to the Industrial Age now, but I’m choosing to stay in the Colonial Age for a bit. [Forge of Empires]
The main argument behind my dissertation is that games are empowering through the storytelling opportunities they provide. Tired of reading theory, which felt like spinning round and round in the same circles, I realised that it’s been a while since I told a story I wanted to tell. So I created this family – forContinue reading “New family! Political murals in Newcrest”
The hot tub becomes the epicentre of the suburban backyard in this 2011 The Sims 3 stuff pack.
A collage of The Sims 3 Mother Russia images, The Sims 4 Snowy Escape promo material, and archival images of exiles in Siberia (including one of Jozef Pilsudski).
City Living was the third expansion pack to The Sims 4, released back in 2016. I know this was a while ago, but I only recently started catching up with the Simmies. (More than) four years late, I finally got this one – it joined Eco Lifestyle, which I got in June, and last weekContinue reading “I got The Sims 4: City Living! Welcome Estera”
Amidst my dissertation research, I was searching for games that would have some sort of ideology or ideologically saturated education behind them. I was elated when I found this simple but satisfying game by Colestia, called Post/Capitalism. It is available to play for free at the indie games website itch.io. The goal of the gameContinue reading “Post/Capitalism: game by Colestia”