At the end of June 2016 I underwent fairly major surgery in a London hospital, and in preparation I downloaded a large number of games to my 3DS and iPad for the week long stay. I ended up not playing any of the games I brought with me. What I underestimated before going in for […]

I’m going to acknowledge right off the bat, Magikarp Jump is, on paper, not an interesting game mechanically. It’s a clicker game through and through, you tap on fruit, activate training activities on cool downs that are purely luck-based, and battle success is 100% based on whether or not you’ve played enough of the game […]

As I have recently learned as someone with a shortened urethra, urinary tract infections are painful as all hell to experience. Painful urination, constant feelings of desperately needing to pee, the whole experience can only be described as horrid. It’s not fun, but you just have to get through it and get on with life. […]

As an adult living with an autism spectrum condition, largely affecting my sensory processing abilities, there are certain aspects of visiting a cinema that always hinder my experience no matter what I do. Bright green neon emergency exit signs always exist in my peripheral vision, I cannot guarantee a seat that isn’t directly next to […]

As someone living with Aspergers syndrome, I find myself drawn to a lot of obsessive behavioural loops in my daily schedule. I have a built in need to keep up to date onj information, to track the things going on in the world, and to not feel like I’ve allowed myself to fall behind on […]