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Gonna try and keep this as a thread, but Ritual of the Moon requires 28 days of choices. So let's do this.

Day 1: Earth has exiled me. I have the magic of love, but y'know what? Have a comet.

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Hokay, while I'm waiting for follows to import, hi there, Jamie Durbin, aka The Mad Welshman here, migratin' to Bibeogaem zone because... Well, I write about dem bibeogaems at

I also do digital art, and you can find that at @TMWArtStuff (SFW) and @TMWLewd (NSFW.)

Support links are in my profile and on the site, if you like the reviews/streams/arts. 😉

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Whuff... Okay, fair warning to anyone getting the Humble Board Games Bundle: Ascension's turn recap goes by quite fast, so, er, overstim warning there...

Ah yes. Day 5: Er... Wait, did the Earth look that damaged yesterday? Still... I did what I could. I can't *hate* them right now. (Saved)

Since I wasn't actually expecting to be ill, I got hold of the new Faerie Solitaire, and, while the review won't be until the weekend, it's def a "For good or for fffffffffFFFFFF-" type mood.

*Sigh* Had to miss work today because I was... Distinctly not well. Not happy about that for a variety of reasons (Not least because said sick was also bad enough reviews or arts didn't get done, and, of course, no pay for today, making next week tougher.)

Day... 4? Ohno, I slept on the job! Still, on the one hand, they sent me here because they fear me. On the other, I can't *knowingly* destroy the world. "Self love is world love."

I worked casually for a week, had some very interesting jobs across a variety of fields, some of which were entertaining and educational, and made just shy of $300.

They pay every Monday into PayPal. I wanted to make sure I got paid before sharing it here, just in case - but I got paid today. Hurrah!

So yeah, they're legit. You need to be a decent typist with a good grasp of English language and grammar. They also offer translation jobs.

Sharing for those who can do it and need work. :)

Last week I saw someone recommend as a way to make money from home by transcribing. Skeptical, I had a look to see if they were legit, and they seemed to be, so I signed up.

There's a small grammar and English quiz, and then a transcription test, to apply. If successful, you can see client transcription jobs and their pay-per-minute, choose whichever jobs you like, work as much/little as you want.


REVIEW: Subara City's colour matching puzzle is easy to explain, but hard to master. It is, overall, fun stuff, though.

EARLY ACCESS REVIEW: Espionage is a dirty business, much more so when it's a race to (safely) bring about the Singularity. Sigma Theory is tough, but handles its subject well.

REVIEW: A long time ago, a Robot Wanted Kitty. Now, several games later, a rerelease of classic Newgrounds Metroidvania Robot Wants It All has released. And it is interesting.

REVIEW: Phoenix Wright's first trilogy has come to PC. Of course its judicial, visual novel shenanigans are good on PC. The Defence rests!

REVIEW: Pathway is solid strategic RPG action that, as an added bonus, involves punching those god-damn Ratzis in the face (Among other things)

REVIEW: One Finger Death Punch 2 is more of the same busyness, the same pizzazz, the same beating up stickmen using oooonly the left and right mouse buttons. And it needs to be seen in motion, honestly.

REVIEW: Heaven's Vault, despite some minor irritations, is a grounded and interesting adventure in science-fiction archaeology, with cool linguistic puzzles.

REVIEW: Goblin Shop tries for a shopkeeping Sim/RPG experience, but mostly, unfortunately, manages the tedium of retail part.

REVIEW: Well written, but with a definite gender bias on the CGs, Death Mark is a good horror VN, brought down by lopsided horniness.

REVIEW: The 7th Guest 25th Anniversary Edition, sadly, is a clunkier version of the original. Beyond the extras, I can't really recommend it.

Getting the screenshots ready for the majority of the reviews, and I couldn't resist captioning this one in a silly manner.

"Lee Chaolan has fallen on hard times. But he's still happy!" (Itou Banshee, Death Mark)

I want to save the reviews for tomorrow, but... Hooo boy, tomorrow will have quite a few.

More than this, for sure. And this is a fair amount... XD

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