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Art Sqool: An ExtraFilthy Casual Review

Art Sqool review - on The Fantasy Network News

Can a video game make you more creative? Is art really your thing? Can you draw a scream? All of these questions and more can be answered when you attend Art Sqool (a game for Nintendo)! You are a froshmin, named Froshmin, and under the guidance of your AI professor, Professor Qwertz, you tackle thought-provoking art prompts, such as “draw a ...

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Ark; Love Evolved: Addressing Anxiety through Gaming

“I am a spy in the house of me. I report back from the front lines of the battle that is me. I am somewhat nonplussed  by the event that is my life” – Carrie Fisher I have always struggled with anxiety, and because of that, jumping into new things is often a big no. It is an on and ...

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Gaming Goddesses Gear Up for Women’s Esports During Women’s Month

Athena Alliance Call of Duty Women's Gaming Invitational article on The Fantasy Network News

What makes a gaming goddess? See for yourself by tuning in to watch the live Call of Duty Women’s Invitational gaming event being hosted by The Athena Alliance CLT and live streaming February 27 and March 6, 2021 on Twitch — just in time for Women’s History Month. A women’s gaming organization based out of the Carolinas, The Athena Alliance CLT’s mission is ...

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TheHighHeeledGamer: A Gaming Advice Column

Welcome to our new contributor from The Athena Alliance — TheHighHeeledGamer — who will be answering questions from gamers in this ongoing column. This month, we’re tackling next gen consoles, new school vs retro games, and more. * Dear H.H.G., My partner and I are having problems choosing between next gen consoles. Do you think one is better than the other ...

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Saving Throw to Benefit The Trevor Project with Charity Marathon

Can Twitch streaming do good in the world? The crew at Saving Throw says yes. One of the live streaming shows on The Fantasy Network’s new Twitch page, Saving Throw is dedicated to helping people discover, learn and enjoy RPGs in an inclusive and entertaining way. And they’re hosting a charity fundraising marathon to benefit The Trevor Project this Sunday, February ...

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Faith and Fandom: One Man’s Quest to Take the Gospel to the Geeks

  Hector Miray is a man on a quest. As a pastor, his life’s mission is to spread the message of Jesus Christ. But Hector is no ordinary preacher. He writes devotionals that illustrate biblical themes using characters from DC Comics and popular shows like “Doctor Who.” Then he takes his work to a venue that few ministries have tapped ...

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The Tales of Ollundra Anthology

I met one of the authors, Craig Teal recently through a Facebook writing group we both belong to.  We began talking about another project he is planning. Then I found out about this amazing project and how much work and dedication has been put into the series. The Tales of Ollundra Anthology are stories based around the universe featured in ...

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Supergiant Games announces ‘Pyre’

The storytelling masters responsible for Bastion and Transistor have finally announced the third game in their reservoir, a party-based RPG for Steam and PS4 called Pyre. From Supergiant Games, Pyre tells the story of a group of exiles, traversing a purgatory and participating in a competition that they hope could lead them home. Along the way the wanderers will encounter a sizable ...

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INTERVIEW: “AFK” Web Series Creator Peter Haynes

Ever wonder what it would be like to be trapped in your character’s body in your favorite online RPG? With AFK the web series you can find out. The series follows several players who get trapped in their characters’ bodies inside their favorite RPG.  It’s very entertaining. I became a fan myself when I watched the pilot. I look forward ...

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