Graham and Marsh enjoy the after-hours delights of shortform curiosity-shopping experience Dépanneur Nocturne and imagine popping Sonic like a balloon in Puyo Puyo Tetris 2.
- CDProjekt released a company strategy video. Many insights therein.
- Mexican stand-off generator Subrosa is out in Early Access… again? Still? Shoulda called it Doublecrossy Road.
- Evocative night-time tchotchke-acquisition simulator Dépanneur Nocturne
- Pulp Sonic to a blue slime in Puyo Puyo Tetris 2.
- Marsh’s combined listing of the Mission Impossible, Bourne, Fast and DC franchises? Why yes, it is: (best) M6 – M3 – M5 – B2 – B1 – M1 – M4 – FH&B – B4 – B3 – B5 – F6 – M2 – F8 – F7 – F5 – F4 – F2 – the entire DCU – F1 – F3 (worst)
- The Living Mountain by Nan Shepherd (and the work of Robert Macfarlane) sheds new light on Minecraft
- Graham offers these minor corrections to his description of The Living Mountain: it’s less than 100 pages, not a little over 200, and it was written in the ’40s and then published in the ’70s. Here’s an article he wrote about it back in 2014!
- Manifold Garden pairs with Piranesi as Marsh will apparently never stop going on about.
- The Devil and the Dark Water by Stuart Turton.
- Patrick O’Brian’s Aubrey-Maturin books.
- Decentralised Macbeth experience, Sleep No More is available to be booked when this crisis ends.
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