I don’t know mostly unplug from the internet for 2 weeks, and then get hit with a bunch of news! This one is a quick little pearl though – Love Letter is now available on iOS, Android, and Steam!
A quirk of fate has put my first ever video review back into my hands. Android: Mainframe, the first spin-off game from the Fantasy Flight Android: Netrunner universe. So what better way to celebrate than by showing it off AND re-reviewing the game two years later!
Onitama is a great two-player experience and a cheap game to boot. But if you want to know how to play and if you would like it for cheap, how about a free app of the game?
Finding players can be a challenge. GameFor is an app hoping to help make finding that game group easier!
Istanbul is a board game that I enjoy, but it doesn’t quite hit the table as often as I would like. Now Asmodee Digital and Acram Digital have released the iOS and Android version, and it is fun.
Rumours of the Pokemon Switch games were simultaneously confirmed, dashed and teased March 30th. Switch owners get a Pokemon game this year AND next year! Hey Nintendo, did you forget E3 is still a few weeks away? Pokemon Quest I am already looking over, but here I will explore what we know about the Pokemon Let’s Go games.
So what happens when you are sitting by a known Pokestop at work and decide to see what Pokemon Go is doing? You get a new form of Pokemon that’s what!
I have wanted to play One Deck Dungeon for a while now and was excited that the digital version was coming. But apparently, I bought the wrong phone or something?
Well there has been a lot of news in the last 24 hours about Resident Evil 7 and the Switch, but the real story behind the headline is more interesting to me. Longtime wishlist game One Deck Dungeon has officially hit version 1.0 status, and thank you James Gunn for giving me some tunes to get me through the morning!