It’s hard to believe I have been with Adventure Gamers since we were ‘Adventure Central’. Time passes in a flash when you’re having fun!
My first game was Titanic: Adventure Out of Time, which I enjoyed so much I started buying and playing every adventure game I could find. Needing information to feed my addiction I started lurking around Adventure Central. One day, Marek advertised for writers and I made the cut. Luckily, through the years, and our metamorphosis into Adventure Gamers, Marek & Jack have let me follow my bliss and post reviews on games that I have loved, hated, and found completely forgettable.
Over the years I have watched this site turn into something really unique as we have found our place and our voice. We are at our best when we are enlightening fans and stirring up passions.
Favorite games: Amber: Journey’s Beyond, Myst Series, Morpheus, Black Dahlia, Dark Side of the Moon, Grim Fandango, and anything Nancy Drew.
When not writing for AG I like to dispel my own brand of madness at Completely Barking Mad.
The latest Nancy Drew mystery offers a cultural taste of exotic Japan, though some tedious activities should have been taken out.
It may not glitter visually, but the fourth RHEM adventure once again offers a whole world of challenging puzzles to piece together.
Nancy’s summer adventure has plenty of straightforward puzzles, but blows its chance to whip up a compelling mystery.
This indie sci-fi adventure offers a plenty of challenging puzzles, but is seriously undermined by a lack of proper signposting.
The 21st Nancy Drew adventure is at the top of its class, as the teen sleuth crosses paths with the Black Cat at prep school.
Nancy's summer adventure offers plenty of treasure hunting fun, but the minigames aren't all smooth sailing.
This lengthy, engaging foreign-language FMV adventure takes a page out of history, in more ways than one.
Short but Swedish, the fifth Carol Reed mystery is the series' crowning achievement to date.
The plucky teen detective gets all dressed up with exotic places to go, though a few issues tend to dampen the experience.
Puzzle lovers can safely book passage for a third trip to the world of RHEM, but others may want to sign out early.
This ghost story-with-a-twist shows plenty of spirit and requires some skill, but at times feels a bit insubstantial.
Several key improvements lift Nancy's latest mystery head and shoulders above its recent predecessors.
Adventure doesn't sleep on the scenic Italian island, but Anacapri isn't quite the dream vacation it could have been.
Mystery heats up as the temperature cools down in the 16th Nancy Drew adventure.
Its premise may be watered down, but the latest Atlantean adventure emerges as a pleasant surprise.