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It may only be for some, but when you want to play a submarine simulation with your friends, but don’t want to sit at your PC, what can you do?
Chess. Go. Mancala. These are games that have stood the test of time. In the world of The Kingkiller Chronicle, they have Tak. And now so do we.
Mayfair Games, best known for The Settlers of Catan, has announced they are closing their doors. Asmodee continues to grow with Mayfair and Lookout Games catalogues.
So I still haven’t really started the PS4 version of Final Fantasy XV. Maybe carrying it around on my phone will help me play it?
A4 Quest was a surprising bit of fun to play. A free game that will fit nicely in the light solo area. And it his a Kickstarter for a follow up and printed version!
There really isn’t much known about Starship Samurai yet, but just the title puts a little smile on my face.
The Grimm Forest, a project I backed for a bit of fun and a youngling friendly option, arrived last night. Thank you Tim Eisner and the crew at Druid City Games for a lovely little surprise.
So it’s no surprise that I was going to do formal reviews of my games. But what was I thinking of doing?
Cypress Legacy VR looks to be unique in mutiple ways. A truly digital board game in VR, where you are the playing piece.
Miniature Skirmish games seem to be the next big thing. Agents of Mayhem seems to have a few mechanics that will make life interesting, but is it worth it? The ideas are all there, but the end product remains to be seen.