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Love the difficulty of the Soulsborne games, but don’t have the reflexes? Look to the 80s for your free game answer!
Once again, I almost passed a game that Alpal showed me was amazingly fun. If you like games like Codenames, Dixit or Mysterium, try Shadows: Amsterdam!
I saw Access Denied for $8 on the PlayStation Store. I thought a bite-sized puzzle game would be fun. What did I think of it?
Exploring for some more Print and Play experiences, I continue my adventures in the word of Dysx
What game do I love to play, is great to introduce new players to, and goes from strength to strength? This one.
Did you wonder how the Carmen Sandiego games played before Video cuts and time travel? Now you can find out!
Roll and Write games have definitely exploded on the market, but you don’t have to buy boxed goods to enjoy them. Take Dragonvault from Button Shy Games for example.
One thing I enjoy putting in my gaming bags is small interesting experiences that can live in a side pocket or pouch for just that right time to play. Dagon’s Bones fits these criteria perfectly, but how does it play?
Back in the 80s, we didn’t have video games and solo experiences like today. We had books though that allowed us to go on different adventures, and now one of the best has been converted into a board game!
Have you cracked Rock Paper Scissors? HMS Dolores is a quick game that will let you put those skills to good use 🙂