Here at Quirk, we like to laugh. As a publisher who takes a lot of joy in making people smile, comedy is important to us. So when comedy legend Carol Leifer's book found its way into our office... well, we just couldn't wait to publish it.
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published by Eric Smith on March 25, 2014 - 9:24am
I play a lot of iPhone games. Sometimes, too many.
I’m frequently kept up at night, filled with turmoil and wrestling with what game I should delete to make room on my iPhone for important things and… OMG. There’s a new Final Fantasy game out?! It takes up 1.2GB of space? WHAT DO I DO?!
[Deletes entire album full of photos and treasured, precious memories]
As someone who adores books and video games equally, I love it when I’m able to find a combination of both of those things. Whether it’s with a book that uses video games as a key plot point (Ready Player One), or a game that happens to incorporate the literary (Device 6).
Here are a few iOS games inspired by books, that you should probably start playing now.