Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums #33: My Two Favorite Roguelikes

Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums #33: My Two Favorite Roguelikes

Three… three favorite roguelikes. Wait, no four.

Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums is a weekly webcomic by KC Green. If you want to read more, you can find the rest of the archived comics here.

I get BORED easily. And video-games used to satiate that hunger until the hunger got SMARTER. The Hunger Got Wise and now video games started to BORE me quicker. What does it take, is it MY fault? Do games need to step it up more or do I need to slow it down? How do I slow it down what can I do to slow it down? Do I want to slow it down, that sounds frightening almost. I’m getting off topic. GAMES stepped up and told me about rouge-likes and shoved them into my eyes and now the random number generator is enough for me. That is… until we run out of numbers…….. oh god...

KC Green is probably playing a weird indie game right now instead of working on his adaptation of Pinocchio or writing the comic BACK. He currently lives in Western Massachusetts in the snow where he makes comics and writes these bios.

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