Well the time has come to announce the winner our little Spooky-Scary Poetry Contest. We had several excellent entries submitted but there couold only be one Spooky Champion of Silly Prose, and that would be: C.T. Murphy, who authored Ocean House Hotel!
Hello again, dear readers! Halloween has come and gone, but I’m not yet out of the mood for spooky, so I thought I’d share with you all something I did for this year’s All Hallow’s Eve. It might be spooky, it might be silly, or it might be a little bit of both. Continue reading Slender Veggie→
October is finally here! It’s taken 10 months but the chilling season of spooks and scares has arrived at last! This is a season that needs a proper welcome, and we’ve got just the thing: a Spooky-Silly Poetry Contest!
Yup, there’s nothing out there that gets you ready for scares than penning a good ol’ fashioned poem about your favorite scary game, and we all would love to see yours! Here’s the score:
Starting today (Oct. 1), you have the entire month to write some lighthearted prose or poetry about any horror game you can think of and submit it to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are just two guidelines to follow:
– No offensive language (It’s supposed to be lighthearted after all) – No more than 300 words long (quick, punchy, and fun!)
At the end of the month the winners will be picked by popular vote. The poem(s) that get the most votes will be crowned the Spooky Champion of Silly Poems! (Now that’s something that would make any resume look good!)
It’s finally October everyone, let’s start it off right!
I mean, it is Halloween after all, so this is only fitting, right? Five years after the release of Halloween (the movie), Atari unleashed a game that bore only a modest resemblance to Michael Myers’ killing spree. Playing as an unnamed babysitter, your goal was to keep your kid safe from Myers, or rather and unnamed killer’s evil hands. Move the kid from room to room dodging the murderer to score points. Fun? I’m not so sure…
Typing of the Dead: Overkill Now Available on Steam
Love zombie games? Love typing games? Well this Halloween, Sega has mashed them together to bring you Typing of the Dead: Overkill! What’s good to be said about typing games? Plenty, as far as I’m concerned. If you’re with me, you can head over to Steam to pick the game, which is on sale until November 1st.