Troms, Norway
Follow me into Peaceful Adventures and Stories !

- Always on the lookout for games that let you explore interesting stories and beautiful places without fighting, deadly threats, time pressure and the like.
Love Point & Click, can't deal with platformers. Love inclusivity and diversity. Pet peeves: sexist tropes and stereotypes; arcade minigames; puzzles that require you to have regular colour vision or hearing without it being mentioned in the game description.

You're welcome to add me if we have common interests, though I'm not available to chat much. If your profile is private, please leave a comment so I know you're not a total rando.
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My favourite chill and combat-free games of 2020
Alba - for the mediterranean bird-watching holiday with refreshingly small and easy problems
Beyond Blue - for letting me proudly exclaim that I'd become a marine researcher
Cloudpunk - for the incredible dark cyberpunk metropolis atmosphere
Democratic Socialism Simulator - for making me feel powerful (and also laugh)
LUNA The Shadow Dust - for soothing my eyes and ears
Necrobarista - for making me go WHOA, laugh and cry
Penko Park - for all the weird and cute "spooky" creatures
Signs of the Sojourner - for letting me plan trips again
Spiritfarer - for the addictive exploration and crafting, and all the feels
The Lost Art of Innkeeping - for keeping me surprisingly entertained for hours

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libsjohn May 24 @ 10:02am 
good cozy grove guide :flamey_happy:
Vandana Dec 7, 2020 @ 1:03am 
löyly Jul 30, 2020 @ 8:45am 
Well I'm sorry if you chose to ignore my bug report and fake-apologise for my feelings instead :rathbone: I got a refund like I said I would, and after reading about all kinds of game-breaking bugs I'm glad that I did.
Polygon Treehouse Jul 28, 2020 @ 12:16pm 
Hey, just read your review of Roki & wanted to drop by to say sorry if you felt that you had been misled with how we described the game. Personally, I think the true spirit of the game really comes across in Act 2, so I'd love to know your thoughts if you can be persuaded to play a bit longer! (No more mazes I promise) I think the story starts to take on a bit more meaning as well and move away from the stereotypical tropes you describe. Completely understand that it might not be for everyone though, but thanks for giving it a go in the first place!
MakoSipper Apr 1, 2020 @ 3:17pm 
Well, I know the most comfortable place for me in the world, don't take it personally :sans:
skullsandlace Mar 21, 2020 @ 8:39pm 
For now, I'll just copy and paste your reviews with credit until I get better at moderating my group, And I don't mind the work that goes into gathering the reviews :) As you can see from the 1,000+ games I've gathered across Steam over the past year, I'm pretty dedicated!