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  1. Oscar Gordon says:

    Playing Torchlight 2, which still holds my interest.

    Reading The Long Earth, which is holding my interest quiet well. Squeezed in the Dresden novellas Working for Bigfoot, which slaked my Dresden need for a few minutes (it was very enjoyable, just too short).Report

  2. Morat20 says:

    Picked up Shadowrun: Hong Kong last night. We’ll see how it goes when I can finally boot it up tonight.

    The Gold Box games caught my eye but….no Buck Rogers? No Dragonlance? Pools of Radiance and Curse of the Azure Bonds though…Report

    • Hoosegow Flask in reply to Morat20 says:

      I remember being pleasantly surprised by the Buck Rogers games. I ended up enjoying them very much. It’s a shame them and the Dragonlance games aren’t available, but I would assume there’s licensing issues involved.Report

  3. Alan Scott says:

    I had Curse of the Azure Bonds, but I could never get past that first tough encounter in the sewers (I think it was with otyughs) and eventually gave up on it. I did read the Azure Bonds and its sequels, though. They were my favorite D&D novels. (Though I’m sure they don’t really hold up).

    A few years later, I got Forgotten Realms Unlimited Adventures (the one that lets you create your own game using the gold box engine) and ended up having a lot of fun with that.Report

  4. Hoosegow Flask says:

    I’ve been playing the finally released android version of Fallout Shelter. I really don’t care too much for the ‘do a little bit then wait a really long time to do a little bit more’ mechanic popular on mobile games. I do wish now, though, there was a full Fallout base-building strategy game. I could easily imagine an X-Com style Brotherhood of Steel game.Report

  5. Playing: a very difficult book of nyt crossword puzzles. (I almost never completely finish one without cheating. I consider it a success if I can finish more than half of one.)

    Reading: Tony Judt’s “Postwar.” Actually, re-reading, I read it for the first time several months ago. I’ve been on a Tony Judt kick for the last month or so.Report

  6. Reformed Republican says:

    I finally started playing Arkham City, which has been fun so far. I doubt I will do many of the side quests, because I would likely never finish the game if I did, but I hope to play through the story.

    I played PoR quite a while back, though I did not ever finish it.Report