DayleGrixtiD. Robert Grixti (also known amongst internet followers as Dark Gaia) is a 22 year old freelance journalist from Melbourne, Australia. He is an author of dark speculative fiction and the developer of  the indie PC role playing games Legionwood, One Night and Mythos: The Beginning. His debut novel, Sun Bleached Winter was released on December 1st 2012 by Damnation Books LLC and is currently available to purchase in ebook and paperback formats.

His influences include Stephen King, John Wyndham, Robert J Sawyer and H.P Lovecraft.

He also edits edited the literary magazine Dark Edifice, which publishes dark speculative and horror fiction.

You can contact him at dark_gaia@live.com.au. If you’d like him to review something you wrote, filmed or made, send a polite email querying it (providing a basic outline and description of the work) and he may just get to it. Please keep in mind that self published works are rarely, if ever, reviewed, unless they sound absolutely amazing. Here’s a good article that explains why.

You can follow him on Twitter or Facebook. Also find him on Goodreads. Books can be purchased here.

6 Responses to “About”
  1. Jim says:

    I have to say Legionwood is one of the best RPG games I have seen. I have played a LOT of RPG’S (age 66 here) and this game really impressed me with the story line and well planed flow of the game. I would say that you have made an outstanding game. From your story line and content I can understand why you are writing a book,it should be great. I am a long time fan of SF/Fantasy books and games and hope you do well in the writing field. Thank you for producing this game, it is giving me hours of fun and entertainment.

    Jim from New Jersey

    • dgrixti says:

      Glad you liked it Jim. I tried hard to capture some of the spirit of the old RPGs from the late 80s/early 90s, which may account for why you liked it so much. Thanks for the vote of confidence and the support. 🙂

  2. Boons Steven says:

    Im playing the Legionwood 2 beta version now :p i really cant wait when the complete edition comes. Im playing it with fun and really it looks cool, it sound cool, btw the game is just cool.
    Im 21 years old now and i think this could become more famous then pokemon or Zelda xD
    I played alot of pokemon, zelda and other RPG games but this is one of the best.


  3. Larry says:

    Downloaded Legionwood yesterday and all I can say is….amazing! I’ve bought a lot of rpgmaker games on steam (Millennium1&2, Aveyond, TBoL, LastDream..etc..etc)…and some are pretty good…but Legionwood has become the best rpgmaker game I have played so far. I’m enjoying this free game more than any of the rpgmaker games I have bought on steam.
    And even though most of these games look about the same graphics wise….Legionwood looks so clean and smooth. IMO It’s the best looking rpgmaker game.
    Okay, enough of my rambling…time for me to get back into the game so I can finish it and then buy Legionwood 2. 🙂

    • dgrixti says:

      I’m glad you found some enjoyment in it, Larry. Generally, if you liked the old-school RPGs and adventure games of the 80s and 90s, you should like my games as well.

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