Tagged: Lovely Pleasant Teatime Simulator

Interview on Adventure Games Podcast

A while ago I did an interview with Seoirse Dunbar of the Adventure Games Podcast, and you can now listen to it here!

If you haven’t already been following my interactive fiction, this should be a really good introduction to it. Even if you have, there’s still some new stuff including plans for a sequel to Blacklight 1995. It also touches upon Ten Little Astronauts pretty heavily, so there’s something for everyone!

The podcast can also be found on iTunes, Spotify and PodBean, among other platforms.

Lovely Pleasant Teatime Simulator in Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Well, this is unexpected! Lovely Pleasant Teatime Simulator – the game I put together on a whim last month – has been featured as one of Rock, Paper, Shotgun‘s free games of the week.

This isn’t the first time a game I’ve worked on has been put in front of people like this, but it is the first time it’s happened with something that’s entirely my own work. It’s great to see it reaching so many people! Just over the past two or three days it’s become the most played game I’ve ever produced, overtaking Blacklight 1995 which I released almost five years ago. For comparison, Teatime Simulator has been out less than a month. Continue reading

Lovely Pleasant Teatime Simulator

I have a brand new Twine game for you, and this one comes with Prizes!

Lovely Pleasant Teatime Simulator is a relaxing narrative game about—

Actually, you know what? I’m not gonna bother. You know this isn’t really a straightforward Afternoon Tea simulator, and I know you know, so there’s really no point in me typing up a description pretending that it is. Continue reading