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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 🙂
Can you Get the MacGuffin and be the last player standing?
What happens when you take a simple game and add some more random issues on the board? Tsuro of the Seas is a great example!
Games don’t have to be overly complicated to be enjoyable, and Tsuro demonstrates this wonderfully 🙂
In preparation of Friday’s release, I finally got a chance to play the demo. And I liked it. A lot. Seriously, it’s free and available for another 2 weeks – go try it!
When Restoration Games asked what games you wanted to see, Fireball Island was the clear winner. After months of “We want to, but we can’t!”, the team happily announced they not only could but it would be coming to Kickstarter. And now, it’s on my table.
What happens when Japan Studio is asked to make a game showing off PlayStation Tech? Games like Ape Escape, The Last Guy, Knack, The Playroom – and now Astro Bot Rescue Mission!