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Thoughts

A puzzle full of magic

In my childhood, I often saw puzzles in stores – the classics, featuring images of animals or cityscapes, composed of 500 or 1000 pieces. One time I was even offered one, but I never found the interest to unwrap it – it looked so boring. Little did I know that my opinion of puzzles would completely flip in my adulthood. Let me introduce you to a true gem.

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Writing

Colonists in dire straits, a RimWorld story

RimWorld is like a virtual story generator where you, as the player, take care of a group of people stranded on a strange planet. You help them build a safe place, grow food, and do other tasks to survive. You don’t really control them, you just give them tasks and priorities and then the colonists naturally decide what to do. Along the way, unexpected things happen, like storms, raids or simply visitors. These events create unique stories. It’s a bit like being the director of your own sci-fi drama, deciding what the characters do to overcome challenges and make a living on this new planet.

The following is a retelling of my playthrough with two friends.

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Technology

Artistic puzzle games

The witness screenshot

Even if you don’t like puzzles, you should give these two games at least a try

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Technology

Torchlight 2 cheats (Mac + Epic Games version)

Torchlight 2 is a “hack and slash” game with a lot of grinding involved. My group of friends and me decided to cheat on our last day playing the game, so we could have a taste of that sweet loot before uninstalling the game. I think it’s fair 🤓

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Technology

10 reasons why GRIS is a 10/10 game

gris cover

Journey and Rime fans, this is for you