About the Author
Stephan is currently studying for a bachelor's degree in Computer Information Science.
In his free time, he focuses on:
- Linux and software freedom
- HCI and UI/UX design
- Programming (mainly Python)
- Reading sci-fi and fanfiction
... but he prefers to keep his web UIs utilitarian and leave graphic design to the experts.
Category Archives: Reviews
Well, since I got it in a Humble Bundle, I guess it’s time for another game review: Guacamelee! Guacamelee! is a metroidvania-style platformer themed around Mexican wrestling and the Día…Well, since I got it in a Humble Bundle, I guess … Continue reading
SteamWorld Dig claims to be a roguelike digging adventure. I’d call it a digging platformer which takes Terraria‘s side-on destructible terrain and elements from Spelunky in general. Though their website…SteamWorld Dig claims to be a roguelike digging adventure. I’d call … Continue reading
Well, I finally saw Frozen and my brother and I pretty much agreed that, while it’s nice, it does have significant flaws. What’s really interesting, though, is the kinds of…Well, I finally saw Frozen and my brother and I pretty … Continue reading
Since I managed to find time to make a lot of progress toward beating FEZ before the Humble Indie Bundle 9 finished, why not a review… FEZ is an interesting…Since I managed to find time to make a lot of … Continue reading
Since my last post on Familiar of Zero fics, it occurred to me that there is another series that’s not to my taste but which still manages to make interesting…Since my last post on Familiar of Zero fics, it occurred … Continue reading
Of all the stories I’ve encountered, Familiar of Zero (or “Zero no Tsukaima” as I still think of it) is an interesting case. I’ve never really seen the appeal of…Of all the stories I’ve encountered, Familiar of Zero (or “Zero … Continue reading
A couple of days ago, I discovered that my Identi.ca account had been silenced (suspended). Apparently, they thought it was suspicious that I was posting almost nothing but rigidly mechanistic notices almost exclusively pointing to the same site (Fanfiction.net, A.K.A. … Continue reading