- Miles Edgeworth: Ace Attorney: Investigations. This is a very, very long guide. I basically wrote it in little chunks over several months, and I stopped writing whenever I got bored.
- Nancy Drew Dossier: Resorting to Danger. The way I wrote this guide was by taking another person's guide, and writing mine over it. That worked surprisingly well.
- Back to the Future: Episode Four. This was easy enough to write. I wrote a guide for all four episodes so far; short games with a lot of cutscenes make for easy guide writing. I have all four guides listed as "Version 1.21", but no one seems amused.
- The Adventures of Willy Beamish. I wrote this guide several years ago, but I had to update my old guide, after I played through this game with Paul, and we got completely stuck.
- Nancy Drew: Creature of Kapu Cave. I wrote ten pages of this guide, and then I just let it sit there, half-finished, for over two years. Eventually, I decided to stop putting it off, so I wrote the second half of the guide.
- Nancy Drew: Ghost Dogs of Moon Lake. Just like the above, I wrote part of the guide, and left it there, partly-finished, for over two years. I was surprised to discover that the guide was only fifty words away from being finished.
- Hardy Boys: Treasure on the Tracks. I wrote this guide, by watching my video walkthrough, then describing what I did in the videos.
- Matches and Matrimony: A Pride and Prejudice Tale. I wrote a guide, using the walkthrough on the game's website. Their walkthrough is really just a spreadsheet, not an actual walkthrough.
- Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box. I wrote this guide, while making my video walkthrough. It was pretty convenient, actually. I wrote the guide while the computer was busy processing the video files.
Sunday, June 5, 2011
You know, I think I've done more guide-writing in the past two months than I did in all of 2010. Here's a list of all the guides I've done recently.