Old Gamers Never Die: A Discussion of Mobile Defense Skirmishes in ‘Regiments’


“Be extremely subtle even to the point of formlessness. Be extremely mysterious even to the point of soundlessness. Thereby you can be the director of the opponent’s fate.” ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War About Regiments If you’re a regular reader of this space, you will doubtlessly recall that gaming is one of theContinue reading “Old Gamers Never Die: A Discussion of Mobile Defense Skirmishes in ‘Regiments’”

Old Gamers Never Die, or: Comedy, Drama, & Lots of Sex are at the Heart of ‘FreshWomen – Season 1’


My College Experience was NOTHING Like This…. If you read yesterday’s post, On Books & Reading, or: Reading Habits, the TBR Stack Got Bigger, and a Quick Life Update, you probably noticed that not only did I mention (and tag) “adults-only games” and “Fresh Women – Season 1” in the categories, but I also includedContinue reading “Old Gamers Never Die, or: Comedy, Drama, & Lots of Sex are at the Heart of ‘FreshWomen – Season 1’”

Old Gamers Never Die: ‘Acting Lessons’ Visual Novel Review – The Choices You Make Can Take You to Many (Hot) Places


Acting Lessons (2018) Designed by: Dr. PinkCake Published/Released by: Dr. PinkCake ( via Patreon, Steam, GOG.com) Genre: Visual Novel, Erotic, Adults Only On December 10, 2018, an indie video game developer who goes by the name “Dr. PinkCake” released Acting Lessons, an adults-only visual novel about a 30-something man who, during personal turmoil, saves theContinue reading “Old Gamers Never Die: ‘Acting Lessons’ Visual Novel Review – The Choices You Make Can Take You to Many (Hot) Places”

Tempus Fugit, or: That Endless Summer of 1972 – Transitions, Changes, and Memories


Tempus fugit. I am, as of late, preoccupied by the passage of time. Tempus fugit weighs heavily on my mind on this, my 50th consecutive summer since my mom, my older half-sister, and I moved back to the United States after living for six years in Bogota, Colombia. As you’ve probably noticed – if youContinue reading “Tempus Fugit, or: That Endless Summer of 1972 – Transitions, Changes, and Memories”