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Machinarium

Something a little bit different today, I’ve been playing a computer game! A colleague recommended Machinarium to me after I’d shown him The Art of Alice. It’s a simple point and click, Flash based puzzle game which means it will run on the most basic…

5 Star, Young Adult

A Monster Calls

Get the hankies ready because A Monster Calls is a powerfully emotional read. It intelligently deals with grief in a way that will appeal to adults and children alike and I would hope it has the power to help children in a similar situation to…

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The Art of Alice: Madness Returns

  If you’ve been living in a box without eye-holes, or are just not at all interested in computer games, you may not be familiar with American McGee’s incarnation of Alice. This book accompanies the game’s sequel and contains pages upon pages of glorious artwork,…

Non-Fiction

The Art of Steampunk

The Art of Steampunk is a companion book to an exhibition held by Oxford’s Museum of the History of Science in 2009/2010. You can view a lot of the exhibition content online at the museum’s website. There are 17 international artists featured in total, with…