A blind man walks into a bar.
The barman says: "why did you just say Ouch?"
The blind man replies, "this joke is painfully bad!"
Now it's time for this Sunday's updates:
Updates by Dark:
Infini-crawl: added note on how to download the game.
Deleted the separate pages for All in play games, replaced them with a central All in play entry with some of the company’s history and a list of their previously available titles.
Updated pricing info, and slightly expanded description for Blind gladiator.
Perilous marathon: entry and description.
Komandoh: Entry and description.
Slight clean up to licences info page.
Fixed page and download links to Palace punchup and perilous hearts to point to the audiogames archive rather than Blastbay, plus altered Perilous hearts description to be less optimistic about the game ever being released.
A blind legend: Added steam as a platform, completely rewrote description and added several links to gameplay videos on youtube.
Updated pricing info for She noire, plus removed Ios as a platform since it's no longer available.
audio rally racing: entry, description and links.
Cleaned up entry to audio speed, removed Ios as a platform , corrected price and also added information on available demo.
Audio moto championship: Entry and description.
Updated description for blind quest with details of new battle system, and the available demo.
Fixed homepage link for audio disk, plus added links to various versions, including mac and linux, and versions in Spanish.
Planet saga; entry and description.
Updated pricing info, and slightly updated description for Space encounter.
A western drama: Entry and description.
Updated pricing info for All inquisitor games, plus slight entry cleanup for inquisitor’s heartbeat.
Worldsmith: Entry, description and links.
Worldsmith, game of worlds tournament: Entry, description and links.
Updates by Aaron:
Expanded description for Dreamy train with more info.
Our souls with high music ringing; O men! It must ever be
That we dwell in our dreaming and singing, A little apart from ye. (Arthur O'Shaughnessy 1873.)