Designed by: Alan R. Moore Published by: Days of Wonder Players: 2-5 Review copy provided free of charge. Ticket to Ride may be the best gateway game I’ve yet played. In it you attempt to build railway lines connecting various locations, spending cards to do so and plonking […]
Milestone return with their second Ride game for PC, Xbox One and PS4. It’s the Dani Pedrosa of racing games; great, but doesn’t quite manage to grab the championship.
Designed by: Oleksandr Nevskiy, Oleg Sidorenko Published by: Asmodee Players: 2-7 Review copy supplied free of charge by Esdevium Games. In a feverish dream a ghost comes to you. It gestures toward a small table bearing Cluedo. With a shake of its head the ghost waves its hands and […]
Dominating the videogame industry is surprisingly easy. Had I know, this I would surely have entered into the field at a young age and been a mult-billionaire by this point, swimming in cash acquired from willing suckers in lucrative free-to-play games. About a dozen hours into my time with Mad Games Tycoon I’ve acquired the largest building possible, which houses two development teams, each supported by their very own PR departments, mo-cap studios, roomful of testers to tweak the balance and check for bugs, sizable areas dedicated purely to graphics and bunches of sound engineers. On top of that I have in-house production that also lets me publish games from other developers as well as my own, a server room to support my numerous MMOs and training areas so that my staff can be the best possible. Also, there’s some kickin’ sound systems strewn about the place. Yup, domination is good.
Designed by: Ben Cichoski, Daniel Mandel Published by: Upperdeck Players: 1-5 Review copy supplied free of charge by Esdevium Games. My love of Firefly is a very known thing. Somehow I’ve managed to stick various references to it into my work on this site, and I pepper conversations with […]
Platforms: PC, iOS, Android Reviewed On: PC Developer: Nenal Publisher: Devolved Digital Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No I imagine ruling an entire kingdom must be incredibly challenging and complex. There’s a military that needs funding and constant management to make sure it doesn’t accidentally wage war on the neighbors; religion […]
King of Tokyo might just be one of the very best games I’ve ever played for showing non-gamers just how much fun games can be. In it you’ll take control of one of six awesome monsters in a bid to score 20 points before your friends by rolling dice and wrecking Tokyo city in a pleasing homage to the Kaiju genre of movies. It’s fast, easy to play and hugely entertaining. Plus, space penguin. Yup.