Uh...well you probably already know I play games because of this blog, but now I play them on YouTube! I uploaded my first video today - the first episode of my let's play of Moonlighter. This is something I've been wanting to do for awhile now, so I'm excited to finally get started. https://youtu.be/OZsBlI6s1aI I'm … Continue reading McKenna Plays Games – I’m on YouTube Now!
A game I've had on my list for the past several months, Spiritfarer, released a few days ago. Its release was announced at the Nintendo Indie World Presentation for later that day, and I downloaded it as soon as it was available. Spiritfarer touts itself as a cozy management game that deals with death, so … Continue reading Spiritfarer: A Bittersweet Adventure to the Afterlife
With all the cancelations and postponements of game events and conferences this year, I wanted to do something to help those affected the most - indie developers. In my Real Neat Blog Award post, I nominated everyone who read the post, and my questions focused on indie games. But I wanted to take an even … Continue reading Announcement: New Indies Page on My Blog
Like the idea of having plants, but don't have a green thumb? Love plants but don't have the space/money? Already a plant daddy, but need to expand to the digital world? Well I have a game for you. This cute little browser game has you planting ferns, cacti, trees, vines, and other plants, all without … Continue reading Plant Daddy: The Free Browser Game About Growing Nice Plants
Celeste's DLC, the Farewell chapter, just released, so I decided to pick up the game again, which I hadn't played since January. I couldn't play the DLC yet, as I never played through Chapter 8: The Core. I got stuck at the beginning, not realizing I needed 4 crystal hearts from previous levels to progress, … Continue reading Returning to Celeste
A few weeks ago I wrote a post on a few indie games I'm looking forward to. Had this game been announced at that time, it certainly would have been included in that post. Announced two days ago, August 15th, the game has already reached 100% funding on kickstarter - here's a link if you're … Continue reading From the Creators of Wandersong and Celeste comes Chicory: A Colorful Tale
One of the great things about the Switch is how accessible it makes Indie games. There are several I wouldn't have known about without the Switch, including Stardew Valley and Night in the Woods. After I played these games, I wanted more, so I started looking, and here are some upcoming Indie games I'm looking … Continue reading A Few Indie Games I’m Looking Forward to