Author Archives: Christopher Enderle

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Coming Home

“It’s been a while, since we’ve seen you in these parts.” The old woman didn’t look up from her glass, rolling a couple of ice cubes in what remained of her whiskey. “Meema?” Clementine’s face lit up at the familiar voice, she turned and rushed over, embracing the old woman tightly from behind. “I’m sorry […]

Golden Land

The holy man came out of the orchard, a golden apple cradled against his chest. “See what has finally sprung up from this hallowed earth. The trees have long known what lies in the depths beneath us. Their roots have grown deep and they have found the salvation we were promised.” Onlookers were in awe, […]

The Dais

He brushed away at the tablets, slowly revealing the ancient etchings. The heat was unbearable and dehydration was creeping through his body, but there was no time to spare. He was meant to be gathering the last of his belongings. The camp was to be evacuated by sundown, but he couldn’t abandon his research now. […]

Shopping

The aisle seemed to stretch for infinity. Staring down it, his eyes burned in the harsh artificial light. The visual noise of all the labels blending together like a nauseous fractal. The path was narrower than usual, the whole store seemed to be in disarray, actually. A result of the construction going on. Why was […]

Searching For Something?

The lamp flickered erratically as she jerked it from one nook to the other. Panic had begun to stir deep within. Like a siren seeking to lull a waking giant back to sleep, she let out her frustration in a throaty growl. It was time to refocus, to not lose sight, of what was most […]

In Space

It was another day on hull maintenance. Turned away from the sun, the only illumination came from her helmet’s floodlight. It did the job, but Jen couldn’t shake the anxiousness of the oppressive darkness that surrounded her. The job had almost become routine. A cloud of micro meteors had moved into the same orbit as […]

Daily Writing Exercise

I haven’t had the opportunity to do much creative writing at work the last few years, and I’ve finally reached the point where I would really like to just write again. I’ve decided to make sure I make the time each day to write for at least half an hour. No real rules besides to […]

Mystery Legends Beauty and the Beast

Our latest hidden object adventure game has finally released! Check it out, as some say it’s even better than Phantom of the Opera. Once again I did extensive work on the writing in this game (moreso on the in-game text and dialog, as opposed to mainly just writing the cutscene dialog for Phantom). As I […]

The Melancholy of Bayonetta

I finally got around to playing Bayonetta but I have to admit I’m pretty disappointed. I loved the media related to Bayonetta. How shamelessly over the top and tongue in cheek it seemed to be. But then we finally get to the gameplay and all that built up personality and character feels shattered by the […]

The End of Linearity? A Review of The Path

Playing through The Path, I began to wonder what it was that was so enthralling about it. How I could spend an evening accomplishing little but still enjoying the simplicity of wandering around an unending forest looking for “something?” I realized something wonderful: Despite blindly running off into the woods, I never once felt lost. […]

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