Shirley and Matt are headed to Milwaukee, WI on January 15th for Midwinter Gaming Convention. We’ll be running a few events and recording live there at the show. Our schedule is below and we’d love to meet our fans and game with them! Continue reading
A group of archaeology students go back to 14th Century France to rescue their professor. Can they survive in the past long enough to make it back to the present? Continue reading
Haven’t gotten enough of Candy Crush? Want a new way to play Candy Crush, but in a new app? Continue reading
Volt is your opportunity to control your robot in the arena. You must either destroy opponents, outmaneuver them or both. It is a game filled with positives and negatives. Read on to get the full story! Continue reading
Have you ever wondered where Disney gets all their animated movie stories? The fairie tales and mythologies they use come from somewhere and sometimes they differ from the finalized movie. Now we have a podcast that covers that very topic. Continue reading
Author: Francesco Marciuliano
Date of Publication: August 15th, 2012
Genre: Poetry / Humor?
I received this book as a gift from a co-worker. I’m not usually much of a poetry person. An exception I can think of is Shel Silverstein. I loved reading Where the Sidewalk Ends and A Light in the Attic as a child and now to my son. The book was short, so to pass a bit of time and to be able to discuss it with this co-worker down the road I dived in.
Below is part of what I’ve written this week. I’m writing a fantasy novel, and this is the introduction to two of my villains. This should be around the 7th chapter, and hopefully it will help solidify the story and keep my readers interested.
I’ve written about 1800 words this week. It’s not where I wanted to be, and a lot came up this week that I didn’t expect. I’m still shooting for 3500-5000 words a week or 14000-20000 for the month. I need to double down next week and refocus to make up a little bit of what I’m behind. Still 1800 words is about 1790 words more than I wrote in the last 6 months, so it’s a positive. Continue reading
What is a NaNoWriMo? It is an awful acronym for National Novel Writing Month, in which people around the world make writing pledges, and in turn support each other in pursuit of their craft and creativity. People can register at NaNoWriMo.org, but some writers at Nerd’s Domain have decided to make their own pledges in house.
You’re wandering through the woods, late at night, fog surrounding you. You have a bag on your shoulder, full of all the things you need to survive the terrible events you’re about to experience. “What’s in your horror movie survival bag” is a question I was asked recently by some folks at mancrates.com. I had to think about it. I’m not a doomsday prepper, but I do have a general idea of what I want in case of a zombie apocalypse, what nerd doesn’t? But plain old horror movies? Not just zombies? Well that changes everything, doesn’t it.
Device: iOS 5.0 +
Price: free (1.99 for ultimate version)
Size: 5.6 mb
What is it: Forge of Neon is a 3d sculpting app that allows you to manipulate light, color, and pulsing speed. Continue reading
Genre: Card game/RPG
Publisher: Sparks Games
Designers: Chris Dijak, Cooper Livingston, Jason Sparks
Tau is the Greek letter for death and rebirth, according to the rules sheet in this game. Death is what this game is all about. This is a game that wants to be a lot of things, a card game, a story generator and an RPG. Can it possibly be all those things? Continue reading