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Well, it's a blog. Obviously.

Fighting Fantasy Gamebook Companion
An iOS App.

The Nicolas Cage Experiment
Is he really all that bad?

Labyrinth of Lies
An online text adventure.
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Weclome to stoneham.me.uk.

Here you'll find the occassional musings of an 80s kid that likes reading, gaming, surfing the internet and decent comedy. Blackadder, Father Ted, The Big Bang Theory, Curb Your Enthusiasm; that sort of thing. In addition to good comedy, I'm currently watching Homeland, Person of Interest, Castle, Haven and Dexter.

I'm an 80s child through and through and grew up playing arcade games, RPGs and messing about on my home computers. I worked my way through a ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and Amiga until switching to PCs in the late 90s. I've got a reasonable collection of modern consoles (Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo Wii) and collect boxed Game & Watch games.

I still play with Lego.

Menu links above (and left) are for my blog which is, well, a blog really. There's also the description and help page for the Gamebook Companion App I've written to work alongside the original solo play Fighting Fantasy books (available now in the App Store). I've also started writing an interactive online adventure called Labyrinth of Lies which uses the TWINE engine. Would love to know what you think of it.

Finally, there's the little project my partner Elize and I have been working on -The Nicolas Cage Experiment: Is he really all that bad? Go and have a look, I know you want to.

Stay a while.