Favorite Gen 6 Pokémon

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Published: January 30th, 2021
Last modified: February 24th, 2021

Continuing from my Generation 5 review, here’s my five favorite Pokémon from Generation 6, X and Y.

Not the most amazingly creative generation, but not a bad one, either! Honestly, a lot of the concepts introduced were cooler than the actual execution of the final designs.

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Spotlight on Manyland

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Given the popularity of Minecraft, I am shocked to find that very few people have ever heard of, let alone played, Manyland.

Manyland is a free-to-play, simple but surprisingly robust, browser-based side-scrolling game that allows players to create limited-palette pixel art objects and build custom worlds.…

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RELEASE: Dragon Builder Dollmaker

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I’m thrilled to finally announce the alpha release of my custom dollmaker game, Dragon Builder!

This tool lets you customize a dragon with different wings, colors, horns, markings, and tons of other parts. There are limited parts in many categories right now at release, but more components are being added regularly!…

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Spotlight on Furcadia

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For the better part of my entire 2000’s, I was absolutely, utterly, and completely obsessed with a furry graphical social game called Furcadia.


Furcadia isn’t really a “game” – there’s no stats, no goals, no HP or leveling, no win or loss conditions.…

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Adopt a Dragon – A Nostalgic Retrospective

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Published: January 23rd, 2020
Last modified: December 16th, 2021

In the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, the virtual pet adoption scene was booming. Neopets was king, Pokemon was new and exciting, and everyone was excited to build a website for the very first time now that it was finally becoming an accessible medium.

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