In a blog dating to 1999, not everything makes it over from one engine to another. Back in 2005, I wrote a four-part piece of literary criticism fiction on the history of the Admiral Bulletin franchise. It’s actually kind of good.
In celebration of resurrecting the Admiral Bulletin storytelling game, I’ve added it back to the WordPress blog with tags and correct dates. You can find the four parts (and notes) here:
- Admiral Bulletin and the Internet Elucidation, Part I: The Origins of the Admiral
- Admiral Bulletin and the Internet Elucidation, Part II: The Golden Age
- Admiral Bulletin and the Internet Elucidation, Part III: Admiral Bulletin and the Daily Strip
- Admiral Bulletin and the Internet Elucidation, Part IV: The Turbulent Years After & Colophon
- Notes on Admiral Bulletin and the Internet Elucidation
A story- and atmosphere-heavy spellcasting RPG, heavily based on Ural mountain folklore.
Some of the monster elements are a bit conventional so far, but on the whole another horror triumph limited series from Mike Flanagan.
Imagine if you couldn’t even bribe people to play a videogame. Twenty-four hours in, that’s where this cursed project is at.
I miss productivity, I hate the unskippable logos, I’m not a big fan of Steam, and it runs my laptop red hot, but wow is this game something.
iPhone port of the classic SegaCD RPG. Still a wonderfully fun game.
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The science podcast about monsters–delving deep into folklore, history, sociology, skepticism and more.
I would say the top five Spacehog songs are, in order:
- The Meantime
- I Want to Live
- Beautiful Girl
- Mungo City
1914-1981. Struggling to understand Robert Aickman’s third-way psychological horror. Three used books on their way.
The blog is back online. Older posts will return as soon as I find a way to rescue them from my broken copy of Blosxom…