Monthly Archives: August 2007


Tonight I put together the first eight pages of CONTROL, a game I hope to release in PDF form in just two weeks, time permitting. CONTROL is an espionage game set at the start of the second Cold War, a … Continue reading

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Proof of the Matrix: The Roger Paradox

To be honest it eludes me…how anyone could hold a baby in their arms and be drunk in by their tiny eyes, heart softened by their tiny fingers closing around your own elephantine digits… ….and then call the wee boy … Continue reading

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Top 10 Roleplaying Games of All Time

Just to confuse matters, these are in alphabetical order but to my mind they represent the absolute cream of the crop when it comes to roleplaying games. Amber – The godchild of Zelazny’s novels, Amber brought us some really innovative … Continue reading

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For the last forever, Aidan and I were working on a new game. It started out as an idea for a videogame based on racing through courses around the Solar System, such as skimming the rings of Saturn or around … Continue reading

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Spy games …

Over the last few hours I’ve been watching episodes of ‘The Sandbaggers’ – a Cold War spy thriller TV series which aired in the late 70s and early 80s. Twenty episodes were made and though it was not popular at … Continue reading

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