Join us as we take a look at R. A. Montgomery in this second entry in the CYOA series with Journey Under the Sea!
King’s Quest II is a far more polished game than the original. This makes it less frustrating and easier to solve. It is an early example of gaming evolution that makes the sequel a superior product to the original.
Kicking off my reading/watching adventure with Ramona Quimby, I'm starting off with the first book in Ramona's series, Beezus and Ramona!
A member of the Flash's Rogues Gallery takes the spotlight for this third entry in the Who's Who - none other than Abra Kadabra!
The sixth release under the Kid Stuff Records Label was 1977's The Story of Rumpelstiltskin and Fun Songs to Sing - one of those folks songs has a fascinating history.
When season one of Red Oaks debuted in 2015, it came at a point in my life when I was at a crossroads. My business had failed, my father had…
Released in 1989, BMX Airmaster for the Atari 2600 is a great looking game with advanced gameplay. Unfortunately, the release in 1989 is deep into next generation console territory. So by the standards of the day, this game looks a bit primitive. Still it is a great game and worth tracking down for your collection.
For the first entry in the Choose Your Own Adventure series - we are taking a look at 1979's The Cave of Time by Edward Packard!
The Neo-otyugh is one of two Gulguthra or "Dung-Eaters" in Dungeons & Dragons. Join me as a I take a look at the early history of this tentacled waste-eating monstrosity.
Medleys like Stars on 45 were a fad for a few years in the 1980s and then slowly faded away. Why’d the fad die? Because that’s what fads do: they burn brightly then fade away when everybody gets tired of them.