Super Phantom Cat 2 Veewo Games iOS, Android
Fighting Fantasy Legends Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone Nomad Games Steam, iOS/Android I decided to play Fighting Fantasy Legends game because I misread the title and thought it was a Final Fantasy card game on Steam. It’s not either of those things. Fighting Fantasy Legends is marketed as a card game but is actually a point-and-click tabletop RPG….
The smoke rolled in just after I finished Life is Strange: Before the Storm episode one, a reminder that huge swathes of the Pacific Northwest are burning. Washington and Oregon are swallowed up by thick clouds of smoke that look like the rain we’re famous for, except it’s hot and dry and terrible, and in…
It’s a tale as old as time: boy meets girl, boy starts a beautiful family… boy leaves them behind to go sailing for 10+ years?
Emojiam has a simple premise: make a game in seven days based on a design document written in emojis. Participants were free to interpret the document as they wished, skipping some sections if desired, so long as the game was in some way inspired by the document.
Let’s talk about your new favorite phone game. It’s called Chronolink DX, or as I like to call it, The Monster Mash. There is no monster mashing, but it feels appropriate to me.
VA-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action is a visual novel of a different breed. Set in the year 207X in a place called Glitch City, this title follows a month in the life of Jill, who works at a simple out of the way bar named VA-11 Hall-A, or Valhalla for short. The world around Jill…
Star Maid Games’ Kimmy is, on the surface, a visual novel about babysitting in the 1960s. Spend some time with it, however, and you’ll find that it’s about much more than babysitting, with lots more modern relevancy than its setting would have you believe.
Art is one of the most crucial factors for me in game design. Obviously, the way a game plays is important, too. But If I’m going to be spending a few hours staring at a game, the art better be something I like.
Gwent: The Witcher Card Game Publisher: CD Projekt Platform: PC, XBox One Release Date: Currently in Closed Beta Note: This review is of the beta version of Gwent: The Witcher Card Game. I signed up for the closed beta of Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, sometime in July and didn’t give it much thought after…
As a lifelong sucker for a buff girl in armor, Rose of Winter is about as far up my alley as it’s possible to get.
Brain&Brain bill themselves as independent game developers and quiet adventurers and, in the case of their recently released Burly Men at Sea, the title fits.