For Thanksgiving this year, Mother Duck and I were inspired to try replicating the butterscotch cinnamon pie that Toriel bakes in Undertale. As far as I can tell, this is not a pre-existing recipe, so I had to consult some cooking websites that we were less familiar with for some directions. It took us two tries to get it right, but we were eventually successful. A brief account of our endeavors shall begin below, but if you’re eager to make the pie right this instant, I shall provide the link to the recipe we used right here.Continue reading Making Toriel’s Butterscotch Cinnamon Pie from Undertale
Today we begin our playthrough of the True Pacifist Route in Undertale, the popular indie game where no one has to die!
Time to share with you all the highlights from my next batch of Inktober drawings! You may have noticed that I am slowly getting better. My crosshatching has improved, plus I learned that large, bold areas of ink have a way of making a picture “pop”, so you’ll be seeing a bit more of that now. As usual, you can see every one of my Inktober pictures over on Deviant Art. Continue reading Inktober 2019 Highlights Week 2
Once again, I am slowly working my way through 30 days’ worth of video game topics. And once again, I am taking the task far too seriously. The next topic on the list is the game with the best story, which is an exceedingly difficult question, if you ask me. I mean, there are so many games I could pick, but which one is really the best? To prevent my mind from imploding from the sheer possibilities, I have decided instead to discuss a game with a notable story, Undertale. Spoilers ahead. Continue reading Day 21: Game with the Best Story
The slow-paced madness that is the 30 days of video game topics…thingy continues with yet another head-scratcher. My favorite protagonist. Again, being asked what my favorite is of anything is always quite troublesome. My favorites change constantly, and as difficult as it was to decide upon my favorite villain, as was the topic of day 17, it gets even more difficult when I’m asked about my favorite protagonist, as I really don’t think I’ve ever had a clear favorite when it came to the good guys. Until recently. (Just gonna warn you right now…Undertale spoilers ahead). Continue reading Day 18: Favorite Protagonist
You may have heard of an indie PC game inspired by EarthBound called Undertale. The game’s praise, along with its relation to a SNES game I absolutely love, made it a must-play. Though, I must admit that I am typically quite reluctant to download PC games because, well, my computer is weird sometimes. When I found the game had recently been released on the PS4, the time for excuses was over. I set out to play Undertale…a thought that, even now, fills me with determination.
Mother Duck often asks why video games are filled with so much fighting. That is not to say she believes video games are violent things that are destroying our world’s youth like the media would have us believe. In fact, she beat up plenty of 16-bit baddies during the SNES era, so she is no stranger to video game, ahem, “violence”. Even so, it is a valid question. Continue reading A Game About Mercy: Undertale
For the longest time, I have been meaning to play a positively intriguing PC game called Undertale, an RPG that gives players the choice to kill or show mercy to their enemies. Problem was, I’m not big into downloading games onto my computer, so it was pretty exciting when I found that the game had become available on the PS4. I went into the game with high expectations, and I was not disappointed, as Undertale quickly became one of my most beloved games of all time. Alongside innovative gameplay, some rather hilarious humor, and delightful characters, the game also sports a truly spectacular soundtrack. Below, I have listed my top seven songs from the game. (Psst…I actually downloaded four of these as ringtones for my phone….) Continue reading Top 8 Songs from Undertale
As you may recall, I recently joined Deviant Art. My first order of business was following a few of my favorite artists (it’s called “watching”, actually, which sounds a little creepy), one of them being Zarla. She’s drawn a huge amount of Undertale comics, including an entire series called Handplates, which was pretty darn awesome. If there are any Undertale fans reading this right now, and you’re interested in Sans, Papyrus, and Gaster, then I’d definitely recommend checking it out. Continue reading The Duck’s Computer Has a Ghost