A movie version of Kingdom Scrolls has been announced and Meg and Nicky are not happy with the casting - Very strong language and adult humour
Meg and Nicky decide to get married in the game and things quickly get complicated - Very strong language and adult humour
Meg starts live streaming from Kingdom Scrolls but flatmate Alison worries she won't make a living from it - Strong Language and Adult Humour
Nicky's dad tries to bond with him by playing Kingdom Scrolls but things get complicated when Nicky gets a taste for killing his father - Strong Language and Adult Humour
Meg, Nicky, Usman and Russell are set to complete Kingdom Scrolls and decide to make a weekend of it by cosplaying the final level - Strong Language and Adult Humour
After eight long months of waiting, the new Kingdom Scrolls expansion pack is finally here. The gang's excitement is quickly squashed when they discover the game has been commercialised and overrun by a younger generation of gamers.
Alison tries to convince Meg to be healthier after she finds evidence of her physical deterioration. Nicky falls in love with a girl in the game.
Meg tries to impress a man who comes to service the boiler, while Nicky attempts to get closer to Daisy in the game.
Meg struggles to juggle the demands of the game and her real-life boyfriend. Nicky's being trolled by Daisy's fanatical followers.
Nicky and Meg are forced to spend an evening in the real world when an eagerly awaited update to the game takes more than five hours to download.
Nicky prepares to meet Daisy IRL. Meanwhile, Meg has rebooted an old version of Kingdom Scrolls that the three of them can play together. What could possibly go wrong?
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