A blank and white town
Needs its bright colors restored
Just click everywhere
And we’re back with these little haikus of mine. Go on, gobble ’em up. However, if you want to read more of my in-depth thoughts about these games that I’m beating, just search for them by name on Grinding Down. As always, enjoy my videogamey take on Japanese poetry, even if they aren’t instant classics, such as the works of Matsuo Basho, Yosa Buson, or Kobayashi Issa. Hey, not everyone gets to be that great.
Posted in 2019 completed games, entertainment, haiku, haiku review, haikus, impressions, poetry, randomness, videogames
Tagged adventure, Colorful, escape, escape the room, free, haiku, haikus, indie, Japanese, poetry, point and click, Sarameya
Christmas is outside
Click everything, in order
To solve, be merry
From 2012 all through 2013, I wrote little haikus here at Grinding Down about every game I beat or completed, totaling 104 in the end. I took a break from this format last year in an attempt to get more artsy, only to realize that I missed doing it dearly. So, we’re back. Or rather, I am. Hope you enjoy my continued take on videogame-inspired Japanese poetry in three phases of 5, 7, and 5, respectively.
Posted in 2015 completed games, entertainment, haiku review, just beat, videogames
Tagged christmas, escape, Flash, haiku, haikus, Ichima, Japanese, Jay is Games, poetry, puzzles, Room 11, Room 11: Xmas Tree