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Forbidden Island Review

Way back in 2008 (yes, 10 years ago!) Matt Leacock released Pandemic on the world. In a good way – I promise. Anyway, 2 years later, he took the cooperative gaming standard he had created and introduced players to a new game experience – Forbidden Island.

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Drop It Review

Games like Connect 4 and Tetris have always appealed to gamers of all ages. The simple efficient symmetry of making items form patterns is a quietly zen experience. Drop It decides to take that quietly organised experience, and make it simultaneously more fun and frustrating at the same time.

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Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective Review

Every gamer knows the feeling – the ever-growing backlog and wishlist of games to be played. Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective was one game that particularly teased me for many years. My first case was in the mid-80’s, and it took me until 2014 before I could play the second case. And it continued to tease and frustrate me! But yet, I keep coming back for more…

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Escape Room in a Box – The Werewolf Experiment Review

Some great feedback I have received with the reviews coming so quickly now is while people enjoy learning how to play and teach the games, why they should be playing them in the first place hasn’t always come across. So to help me practice and get back into the why, what better choice than a game I cannot teach you how to play at all?

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Hanamikoji Review

A game that is only just coming out to the west is Hanamikoji, bought across to Europe and many English speaking countries by EmperorS4. It is a game that is beautiful to look at but not immediately obvious what the game is, which doesn’t help get across how fun a game it truly is.

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A Fake Artist Goes to New York Review

There are times you want quick and easy games for a lot of people. A Fake Artist Goes to New York is a party game that is a heap of fun to play, and tiny enough to just live in your bag.

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Downforce Review

One of Restoration Games initial releases, Downforce is a new streamlined version of 1996’s Top Race. And even if you don’t like racing games, Downforce may get you hooked in.

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Kobayakawa Review

Want a game that will both confuse but intrigue your gambling and math loving friends? Want a game that can literally be carried in your pocket? Well, Kobayakawa has you covered!

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Android Mainframe Review – 2 years later!

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!

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Time Carnage Switch Review

Time Carnage on the Switch is definitely a different experience to Time Carnage VR. But is it an experience you want to have?

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