The year is 1987. The Seventh Doctor as played by Sylvester McCoy and his companion Mel who originally came from around this time period have returned to London
This young adult novel by C.R. Coen is definitely quite the adventure.
“The audiobook is well written with each section being easy to understand and enjoy both on their own merits and collectively as a whole.”
Crash Bandicoot really does feel like a continuation of the previous gens mascot platformer designs. But of course, the big difference is this is 3D so he has a fair few more directions he can move in than just left to right and jumping. Crash’s primary movement is with his back to the camera going forward, to the point the game went under the code name once of Sonic’s Ass Game.
The game has two different decks. A small one containing 4 or 5 Digi egg cards and your main deck of 50 regular cards. after shuffling you put the top 5 cards of your deck up as security. To win the game you must first destroy all your opponent’s security then do a direct attack to them.
Released in 1988 Ninja Gaiden for the Nintendo Entertainment System was released alongside an arcade version, though ultimately the NES version has become the one well known for its difficulty.
“Fry does an admirable job at changing accents and tone for the various characters involved across all 60 stories.”
Kill Team is a small-scale Skirmish game set in the Warhammer 40000 setting.
“The film captures perfectly the bright optimism and heroic kindness of Clark Kent/Superman something more recent films obsessed with being dark and gritty fail at”
‘Hopeful Hearts for the Wrens’ by Vicki Beeby, is a light romantic novel set in Orkney and guaranteed to take your mind away from the cares of every day.