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I don’t know why, but mobile gaming just doesn’t seem to register as games I have played. But Warriors of Waterdeep has been my most played game the last few weeks, so I thought I would talk about it.
Need a really quick to teach and play filler game? 5-Minute Marvel fills that role perfectly.
There is always a debate about what games are gamers ‘must-have buys’. Codenames is one of the few games that makes almost every list. Here’s why.
Sometimes you just want a straightforward little adventure, but you don’t have a party or a lot of time. One Page Dungeons are a great alternative, and the start of a new series is worth a look!
Today I review Lords of Waterdeep a game that is either loved or passed over. Spoiler – I think everyone starting should try it!
Hack into the Nazi’s own systems and use their weapons against them. That is the premise of Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot. But does it deliver?
Looking forward to a hyped game can be an emotional roller coaster. Because of that, I tend to wait for a game with positive hype until I can see it for myself. In general, this works well, but every now and then it blocks me from playing an amazing game sooner than I could!
One thing I love about Roll and Writes is they can be a great solo diversion. And That’s Pretty Clever has been one great diversion during the move!
Want a game you can pick up and put down while relaxing you? Meet Donut County.
You have seen the case reports in Last Week’s Gaming. Now, the full review is here – Mythos Tales, Yes or No?