Posts Tagged ‘T.I.M.E. Stories’

Cardboard Children – T.I.M.E. Stories Revisited

Hello youse.

I’ve covered T.I.M.E. Stories before, and I was very interested in the response to that review in the comments. I’ve also found the discussion about T.I.M.E. Stories across the internet in general to be, quite honestly, very entertaining. There’s never really been a game quite like T.I.M.E. Stories before, and so, almost four months after my initial review, I want to talk about it again. Let’s take another run and see how T.I.M.E. Stories feels further down the timeline of our lives.

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Cardboard Children – T.I.M.E. Stories (Spoiler Free)

Hello youse.

We were all sitting at my kitchen table, and I was laughing so much it hurt. I was in physical pain. Sure, I was a little bit drunk. But me and my pal were absolutely roaring with laughter, and it wasn’t just the wine – sometimes wine gets us a little bit melancholy. Believe me on that.

I can’t tell you exactly why we were laughing – that’s the frustrating thing. But something so completely perfect was happening in a board game, something so clever and surprising and awful and wonderful, that we just couldn’t control ourselves. My character in this game had come to life in such a brutally real way that all you could really do was laugh, and laugh a lot.

T.I.M.E. Stories is absolutely fantastic. Let me try to tell you why.

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