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Click here to listen to Party of One's Jeff Stormer and I play LOGAN together!

Jeff's choices were a really interesting mesh of his own life experiences and mine...

"One of the most interesting and moving games I've ever come across. And incredibly moving.".. starts my review.

Added your game to Goodreads, and reviewed it:


Wow, thank you Alexander! I'm touched it moved you to tears. Was it any point in the game in particular that moved you so much?

Thank you for adding LOGAN to Goodreads, very kind!

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Sorry, I got distracted.. I can't really pick one thing that moved me, it sort of builds, while reading..? What I've really kept thinking of, long after finishing the book, is your relationship with your siblings. Maybe that is what I find most moving.

No worries at all! The aim is for it to build - so I'm glad that worked for you! Thank you for sharing what's stayed with you 😊

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I saw your game a while ago but never took the time to read it.

Well, I wasn’t expecting this, this is way better than what I thought!

That’s a great piece of game, a great reading to go through. I guess it was difficult to write, hope you're nowadays more often in the Taking care and Peace scenes than in Turmoil ones


I'm so glad it exceeded expectations Angela!

It was hard at times, but mostly quite cathartic and fun. As the epilogue says, I'm doing quite well now! Definitely a lot of Growth scenes I will say. And thanks for the reminder to take a Self Care scene, I don't always remember for myself 😅Take this as a sign to do some self care too if you haven't in a while!

Thank you again for playing LOGAN 😊


"Pfft", I sneered before reading Logan, "this guy is making an autobiographical RPG when he's barely in his twenties, hello big ego!" I wasn't wrong—any autobiographical thing has a big ego component, I know what I'm talking about—but Logan is a really interesting game model: after all, what's the difference between slipping into the shoes of someone you don't know and those of an imaginary character? And I like games telling the life of ordinary people, so the events through which this more or less imaginary Logan passes can't help but speak to me...
No, in the end, if I had to reproach something to the game, which is superbly designed, it's that it's too short ! The recreated events, except one or two, are a bit too banal to inspire me and don't represent so much important moments in Logan's life as moments captured seemingly randomly. But perhaps, in the end, that was the point: of showing that even mundane lives have their share of memorable moments?


LOGAN is a beautifully personal and thoughtful game. And it's probably the most courageous game design I've ever come across. I highly recommend you experience it for yourself. The art and layout work on this game is also wonderful. Get it now! 

Thanks so much Tim! It is indeed some truly vulnerable design, and I'm glad you enjoyed it 😊

Such an amazing thing you've created 🧡


Thank you Rei <3
LOGAN means a lot to me, so I'm so glad it speaks to others too


Why thank you Droshan! I appreciate you taking the time to comment! Have a good day :)