Nigmabox Rundown (8/21-8/27) Prelude to Instanity Re;Birth

Nyarko Crazy Insane Nuts NonsenseI’m genuinely worried about how I’ll be able to manage my time going forward, as I have recently begun school once more, and now lack a job where I can easily find the time to work on my stories, reviews, or weekly rundowns like these, as I just left my job for the past two years in favor of a better paying one that doesn’t have me wake up at 6:30 in the morning.  Also, I now have a friend to interact with every day.  Welcome to this crazy time indeed, hopefully I will learn how to manage the chaos of this dysfunctional system. Continue reading

Kirby Super Star Ultra Review

Kirby_Super_Star_Ultra_logoKirby Super Star Ultra is one of those games that regularly rings throughout my head whenever I try to pinpoint what my favorite games of all time truly are.  A title that I remember as a purely joyous experience, and one that shines brightly as a more traditional Kirby game, when they tend to be solid and fun platforming affairs.  Being a fickle and temperamental person, I chose to revisit and replay the title in order to remind me why I felt this way, and provide a review explaining why it is among my favorite games of all time. Continue reading

Nigmabox Rundown (8/14-8/20) We Are All The Gamindustri

20160706215444_1So, I managed to revise two of my most recent stories this week, and next week I am both ending a job and attending school at a big girl’s university.  Life is going to get hard and hectic, according to my mother who never attended university.  Though, I’m not worried about that.  I am sorta worried about getting out content regularly, but I think I should be able to publish 52 game reviews this year and finish up Psycho Bullet Festival 2: Bury My Children.  Oh, and publish a Rundown every Sunday.  Header image is by NSFW artist ModeSeven.  Continue reading

The Malice of Abigale Quinlan

Originally released on January 20th, 2016, The Malice of Abigale Quinlan is my second full length novel.  Since its release, I made some minor edits to the story, improving the wording in some sections, and miscellaneous oddities.

This story is a sequel to Verde’s Doohickey and it is recommended that you read it before reading The Malice of Abigale Quinlan.

Jad Novus’ body was stolen by the malicious miscreant Abigale Quinlan, leaving him a thousand miles away from home. Jad wakes up in his new form only to discover that his name is now infamous with murder, and his life as he knows it is over. Jad must return home, clear his name, convince others who he is, and learn the secrets that come with his new body. Join him in this perverse dark drama dripping with danger, determination, despair, pseudo-perverted shenanigans, dread, and the antics of a sassy artificial intelligence named Peatrice.

This story is available via GoogleDocs

If you have any comment about the story, positive or negative, feel free to let me know, as I love getting feedback on my work.

Little King’s Story Review

20160811223016_1Little King’s Story is among my favorite Wii games, and while I technically reviewed this game way back when, I generally look upon my writing during that time in a very negative light, and with a PC version recently coming out, I figured it was as good a time as any to revisit this delightful game, and I’m not too surprised by how I feel about it. Continue reading

Verde’s Doohickey

Originally released on August 15th, 2015, Verde’s Doohickey is my first full length novel.  Since its release, I made some minor edits to the story, improving the wording in some sections, and miscellaneous oddities.

The story focuses on Jad Novus and his friends, who are lucky enough to receive a mysterious body switching device from an enigmatic individual known as Verde Dusk. With this incredible power at their disposal, they set off an a low key adventure about friendship, anxiety, the alteration and rewriting of reality, and other miscellaneous teenage shenanigans.  

The story is available via GoogleDocs.  

If you have any comment about the story, positive or negative, feel free to let me know, as I love getting feedback on my work.

Nigmabox Rundown (8/07-8/13) “Moo Moo Moo” Said The Cow

20160805135636_1So this week I began a project that will involve months of tedious data entry, and nearly everything that could go wrong with getting this project set up occurred when I tried setting it up.  But I’m going to be paid good money for doing it.  Also, my mother gave me a tablet that she got for free from AT&T.  Meaning I could play Pokemon Go, if I had a data plan, quite easily as well due to the pair of Pokestops that are just a few blocks away from my house.  However, I don’t, and I do not have anything else I can really use a tablet for.   Continue reading