April 20th is written 4/20 written US style. If we could travel back Bill and Ted style to the early 1970s and San Rafael, California, then we might also be around for when some high schoolers may 4/20 Weed Day.
Today, 420 Day is celebrated in a variety of ways. Some people smoke marijuana and enjoy the company of friends, and others attend festivals, rallies, and other events that celebrate cannabis culture. Still, others use the day to educate others about the benefits of marijuana and to advocate for its legalisation.
This blogger is a gamer, though, not a smoker, and the whiffs of out-of-this-world entertainment from Skybound caught my attention.
It started with Renfield, out in the last few days, not strongly associated with the Renfield movie, but weekly as Skybound also produced that movie, and well timed. It turns out that Skybound has a few which look as trippy.
Renfield: Bring Your Own Blood
Renfield: BYOB is a 16-bit top-down action game filled to the brim with weapons and superpowers (think Smash TV meets Binding of Isaac). Teddy Lobo (based on Ben Schwartz), Rebecca Quincy (based on Awkwafina), Renfield (based on Nick Hoult), and Apache Joe are all characters inspired by Renfield (based on Marcus Lewis).
Rainbow Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan
A psychedelic role-playing game in which you must restore colour to the world you once knew in order to save a variety of charming creatures.
The Big Con
Play as a young con artist on the run in the 1990s United States. In this hilarious crime-filled adventure, you can decide how to make ends meet by donning disguises, picking pockets, and robbing people. Relive the glory days of plaid shirts and pay phones in the 1990s.
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