#3000thDuel #NEOPOPCORNInc #Steam Aaron plays some 3000th Duel via Steam
Aaron plays The Bradwell Conspiracy and outside of enjoying his time with it – he isn’t sure what to believe.
Aaron plays some Trine 4 The Nightmare Prince and wonders why he waited so long to return to the series.
Aaron feels like he’s played this before and that’s ok.
Aaron and his youngest daughters “work” together in the coop mode of Le Cartel’s Heave Ho.
Aaron gets into the swing and physics of things in the solo mode of Le Cartel’s Heave Ho.
Aaron plays some Exception in an attempt to clean physical and electrical house.
Aaron plays some Rogue Singularity and thinks of sunshine and jazzy music.
Aaron plays some Raiders of the North Sea on PC via Steam.
Aaron plays some Mystic Vale on steam with all of the season pass content.
Aaron plays some Hamsterdam on the Switch and bodies all(many of) the woodland creatures.
Aaron plays Fantasy Strike on the Nintendo Switch and punches the faces.
Aaron plays The Forbidden Arts on the Nintendo Switch and walks down a new memory lane.
Aaron goes all orbital in two dimensions in Gravity Ghost Deluxe Edition for the PS4.
Aaron plays some Redeemer: Enhanced Edition for the Nintendo Switch and controls a man who just wants to meditate. He is unfortunately forced to punch hundreds of people in the face to their death, at best.
Aaron rolls with the punches for fear of failure in Fobia.
Aaron has some fun learning how to properly play the rock paper scissors infused vertical shooter Pawarumi.
Aaron does the right thing for the wrong reasons while playing Robbie Swifthand and the Orbs of Mysteries.
Aaron points and clicks at hilarity in Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love.
Aaron has fun learning the ins and outs of Etherborn on the Xbox One.
Aaron plays some PlataGo! Super Platform Game Maker on the Switch.
Aaron walks cautiously in Warlock’s Tower.
Aaron rolls around for awhile in Adaptive Game’s Technosphere Reload.
Aaron plays some Void Bastards on the Xbox One and thinks about the relationship between workers and management.
Aaron plays some Shards of Infinity on PC via steam and wonders why he’s so late to the deck building card game craze.