Deep inside I have always loved escape games, especially the ones that are a bit unusual. Most of my highschool years were spent finding point-and-click escape games. I’ve played some really difficult ones and some really unique ones too. So having the chance to try out Awareness Rooms – a cute escape game – I was super excited and ready to challenge myself.
Slowly catching up on all these posts! Here we have a look into my month of March. Had a lot of Tiramisu it seems 🙂
When I started writing for Izanau, I discovered one of the best summaries of Japan I had seen in video form. I reached out to the creator and chatted to him a little about the video.
With all the KAT-TUN concerts over, I finally took my time to sit down and write about the two that I went to.
This year I went to Nagoya and Osaka for the 10ks tour (that’s pronounced “tanks” by the way, and is a pun on “thanks”). I was really hoping to go to all 5 concerts for this tour, but as luck had it, the Tokyo concerts landed on the dates where I was in South Africa. So sadly I had to give up on those. Continue reading “KAT-TUN 10Ks con report – Nagoya”
Continuing my 2016 daily photo challenge. Here are all my photos from February.
When it comes to gathering food, staying dry and not getting torn to shreds by wild animals, I thought that I would at least fair alright in this. The Flame in the Flood is a rouge-like survival game that requires more than good instincts and reflexes. Continue reading “The Flame in the Flood Review”