Meg Stivison

About Meg Stivison

Meg Stivison has been a videogamer since discovering text-based adventure games as a little girl. She blogs on games and life at

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Sproggiwood Review

by Meg Stivison

Sproggiwood is a casual roguelike, where your character, the Cloghead, has to complete missions for his adorably moody boss, Sproggi.

Knights of Pen & Paper 2

by Meg Stivison

Reviewing sequels can be rough, because what can you say the second time around? Sometimes a sequel’s just like buying the

Enchanted Cave 2

by Meg Stivison

Enchanted Cave 2 opens in a typical RPG town, full of townspeople sharing the requisite warnings about the boundless dangers

SXSW Gaming Award Winners

by Meg Stivison

Game of the Year Award The Last of Us from Naughty Dog Excellence in Gameplay Award Brothers: A Tale of

Everlove Review

by Meg Stivison

Silicon Sisters’ new character driven adventure Everlove blends escapism, romance and very accessible gameplay. Everlove opens with the protagonist, Rose,

9th Dawn Review

by Meg Stivison

ValorWare’s new game 9th Dawn offers so much to love for fans of old RPGs.  The world is huge and

Lord Vogel

by Meg Stivison

After playing and thoroughly enjoying Avernum: Escape From The Pit, I was excited to talk with designer and writer Jeff

Spirited Soul Review

by Meg Stivison

Everything one can say about Snailteeth’s new tower defence/RPG Spirited Soul  is colored by the game’s poor localization. The translated

QuestLord Review

by Meg Stivison

 8-bit Elegance. QuestLord, from Eric Kinkead, is an accessible – but not necessarily lite – retro role-playing adventure.  The game

Dungelot Review

by Meg Stivison

Dungeonsweeper! Players of Dungelot, Red Winter Software’s casual, roguelike dungeon crawler, follow basic dungeoneering adventure goals as they explore: Kill

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