A truly charming tale that kept me intrigued the entire time. Though a child of the 70s as opposed to the 60s I still saw enough in the joy of my childhood in Neil's world that the world touched my soul in wonderful ways.
A GenX Englishman who left England for Denmark back in 2012 and now live on the Danish island of Bornholm. Bookwise I've always been a big fan of Fantasy and Sci-fi growing up on Tolkien, Terry Brooks, Terry Pratchett and many a Forgotten Realms saga.
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An interesting dive into the role of uncertainty in games, both new and ancient. Littered with examples of how the various forms of uncertainty show up in games, many of which a gamer will have played or at least heard of. Something for both designers and players alike to mull over.
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