Happy that a certain "red candle" company has started selling their games on their own site DRM-free.
yeah, it made me smile, even if I don't care much about their games -
I cooked for my flatmate and walked some 15000 steps - I have my smartband working again. Did some Super Hexagon and now I'd try to finish the Night of the Rabbit and then the Neil Gaiman novel I'm reading for the first time, the Ocean at the End of the Lane.
Both the game and the novel are not specifically for kids but iI would say are appealing for younger audiences given that the protagonist is a 12 year old in the first or remembering advendures from his childhood in the latter. But still enjoyable for adults. I like kids stuff anyway, who am I lying to.
I also got me some more serious stuff, essays, and I'm back to reading the news in German and Japanese.