Tag Archives: Weekly Tangent

Weekly Tangent – Real Life to Hidden Object Game – 100 Years In The Making?

Hello ‘Tangenters! Mystery Murders: Jack the Ripper and Real Crimes – The Unicorn Killer prove that games based on real stories can be intriguing and (morbidly?) appealing. It made me wonder if Seattle had any epic true crime tales to contribute. So, I went hunting through some of Seattle’s history and I came upon the […]

Weekly Tangent – Happy Birthday Wilhelm Grimm (And a Mobile World Congress Reminder)

Hello ‘Tangenters! Happy 228th birthday to the younger Grimm brother, Wilhelm Karl Grimm. Wilhelm and his brother, Jacob, compiled local folktales into the famous collection of Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Without their careful preservation of history and culture, many of my favorite books, shows, movies and, most importantly, games would not exist today. So, many thanks […]

Weekly Tangent – This Would Make A Great Game! – The Three Queens Of Peru

Hello ‘Tangenters, Imagine the story of an archaeologist who believes that a hidden mausoleum full of treasure lies beneath his feet. He hunts and searches… and when he finds the untouched tomb from a civilization that we know little about, he must hide its discovery from grave robbers and looters. Sound like an awesome game? […]