December 28, 2015

A Race Against Time!

It’s December 31st and everyone anxiously awaits the final stroke of midnight to ring in the New Year. Even though it’s cliché to say “Out with the old year, in with the new”, intuitively it feels like the strike of the clock holds the future in its very hands. Just before twelve midnight, SPROING!!! Something has gone wrong and the historic clock in the square spews gears, hands and[...]
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December 21, 2015

Bah Humbug!

Bah Humbug is the best miserly Ebenezer Scrooge has to say about Christmas! But this year, Christmas Eve will not pass unnoticed as usual. He could never have predicted a visit this night from his long deceased business partner Marley. From beyond the grave, Marley urges Scrooge to change and avoid a terrible fate through the visitation of three specters. Each phantom imparts a message to Scrooge that can change[...]
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December 14, 2015

Thales’ Magic Star

Centuries ago, wizard twins were born under the constellation Gemini named Mekbuda and Geminga. Even though they looked identical, their personalities couldn’t be more different. No matter what the situation was, they were in conflict. There was never a peaceful moment when the two were together. Their father, King Thales was a great wizard and mathematician. He was fearful that the twins opposing[...]
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December 9, 2015

Celebrating Year Two!

Today celebrates year two of the Owl Works’ game blog, “Growing Up With Games”! It doesn’t seem that long ago that I decided to put pen to paper and eventually words to Word Press, to share my zeal for games. Simple games, brainy games, old games, new games, I love them all!!! As we begin year three of this brilliant journey, a hearty thank you to all the readers and supporters of[...]
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December 7, 2015

The Mystery of Puzzle Cave

You’ve heard the stories and rumors, but you’ve just got to check it out for yourself. As you enter the mouth of the cave, your hand fumbles to find the switch on your head lamp. It’s so quiet that the click sounds deafening. In the far distance, the soft sound of dripping of water can be heard. The temperature has dropped dramatically from the outside world and your eyes are working hard to become[...]
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