I’ve recently had a second wind of playing Animal Crossing a bunch and been doing a huge design overhaul of my island. And with playing a bunch more again, I’ve come up with more things I wish the game had.Continue reading
I recently started having the dreaded Joy-Con drift happening on my original Joy-Cons and it got to the point that it was very annoying and getting them fixed was a pain. So I did some searching and found this third-party pair that I decided to get and give you a review of!Continue reading
Beyond Blue explores the mysteries of our ocean through the eyes of Mirai, a deep sea explorer and scientist. Become a part of a newly-formed research team using groundbreaking technologies to see, hear, and interact with the ocean in a more meaningful way than has ever been attempted.Continue reading
Wind Peaks is a hidden object game where you help the scouts find all the missing objects in this fun and relaxing adventure of treasure hunt. I got to play the game early and share my thoughts with you all.Continue reading
Rising Lords is a turn-based medieval strategy game that is currently out on early access. With board and card game elements along with the turn-based system, I knew I wanted to give this one a try.Continue reading
There is a board game for everyone out there, so I am looking for them. This time I’m focusing on artists and some games I think they’d enjoy.Continue reading
Röki, from developer Polygon Treehouse, is a game I have had my eye on for a while now and I got the opportunity to play it in advance for this review!Continue reading
Devolverland Expo is a first-person ‘marketing simulator’ set within an abandoned convention center after the annual Devolver Digital game expo was mysteriously canceled. Basically, Devolver turned their convention promos into a game! Devolver is one of my favorite developers so I immediately knew I wanted to explore this.Continue reading
Best Friends Forever is an upcoming dating sim all about dog lovers finding their human companions. Not only are you trying to woo others, but you also have to legitimately take care of your new dog. The demo is currently out so I gave it a try and here are my thoughts.Continue reading
Quench is a story-driven puzzle game about herds of animals making the trek to the mystical Eastern Elder Tree. This journey is a difficult one and you, playing as Shepherd, will help guide these herds safely through the dangerous, demon-filled lands.Continue reading
Date or Die is a project I have had my eye on for awhile. So I finally gave the two demos a try and wanted to share my initial thoughts.Continue reading
A Short Hike is an exploration game where you hike, climb, and soar through the peaceful mountainside landscapes of Hawk Peak Provincial Park. It was part of the Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality on itch.io so I decided to give it a go.Continue reading
Superliminal is a quirky puzzle game where perception is key. I got to take a look at this game and share my first thoughts with you all.Continue reading
Astrologaster is a comedy game set in Shakespeare’s London where you play as ‘Doctor’ Simon Forman, who treats his patients using astrology. Yes, this game is as ridiculous as it sounds.Continue reading
Poly Bridge 2 is the sequel game of the well loved bridge builder puzzle game from developer Dry Cactus. Thanks to the developers I got the chance to play the game early for this review.Continue reading
With Black Lives Matter on everyone’s minds, I want to highlight and share various things from Black creators to amplify them and their work. While I found many lists for things like books and video games, I couldn’t find one for board games. So I have curated one myself.Continue reading
Death and Taxes is a video game where you are a grim reaper tasked with choosing whether certain humans live or die. Your decisions have consequences though and you have Fate looking over your shoulder.Continue reading
Later Daters is a new dating visual novel where you play a senior citizen who has just moved to a retirement community. Will you find love so you don’t die alone or just get your kicks while the getting is still good?
I like many others have been playing my fair share of the newest Animal Crossing game. From all the time I have put in, there are some things that I wish the game had. And I am sharing those things with you in this post.
Have you ever wanted to become a superhero? Now you can with the help of these board games that are perfect for superhero fans of all kinds and IPs.
Heaven’s Vault is a science fiction adventure game where you go on an archaeological investigation to find a missing colleague and discovers a mystery much bigger.
May is Mental Health Month and I am doing a miniseries highlighting depictions of mental health and mental illness in various media. For this post, I am focusing on video games that I think you should play that have a focus on mental health.
We have all seen those Never Have I Ever games. I decided to make a video game specific version. So have you done any of these?
I, like many others, have been playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons. It is my first time ever playing an Animal Crossing game and I have seen many other newbies join the fun. So I decided to share some quick tips I have learned from my own bumbling about in case you are brand new too.
I’m back with a Saturday Six and I am sharing six of my all-time favorite video games ever.
Eliza is a visual novel set in the Seattle tech scene focusing on the AI counseling app Eliza and one of its creators, Evelyn. Mental health meets technology in this story and we play as Evelyn to help her decide what is right and wrong, and what is best for her.
Dead by Daylight is one of my favorite video games to play and to also watch. I’ve been following it since the beta back in 2016 and still keep up with it now. So when Dead by Daylight Mobile released I knew I had to give it a try.
Are you a lover of all things Disney and enjoy playing board games? Well, I have some great game suggestions for you!
Like many others, I have booked my getaway package and traveled to my own deserted island with Animal Crossing: New Horizons. I have never played an Animal Crossing game before so this has all been a new and fun experience. So I’m going to take you on a mini-tour of my island!
Many associate board games as a group activity where you need a few friends in order to play. But more and more games are coming out with solo variants or just solo in general! So here are some recommendations for solo board games you can play.
There are so many games out there it is impossible to play them all, but some are so popular it’s surprising to find someone who hasn’t tried it. Well, today’s Saturday Six is all about those beloved games I have never played myself.
Femida is a nonlinear point-and-click game about justice where you play the role of a judge. You preside over cases and make the final decision of each case, and your reputation will shift. You’re also trying to solve a mystery of your own: who killed your father.
All gamers have a backlog, so for today’s Saturday Six, I am sharing six games that have been in my backlog and really need to be played.
Hidden Through Time is a time-traveling I Spy-like puzzle game where you must find all the items for various levels throughout time. I got a chance to review this game for the Switch and here are my thoughts.
Disney just released a new mobile game called Sorcerer’s Arena. You play as various Disney characters battling enemies to become the next sorcerer. Since I have played other Disney mobile games, I knew I wanted to give this one a go.
I recently shared suggestions for board games for extroverts and it is only fitting to make some for us introverts too.
With tomorrow being the premiere of the new season of Top Chef and me being a huge nerd for that show, I decided to share some board game suggestions for all of the foodies out there.
If you’ve been around for a while, you will have seen my series of posts that are game recommendations for different personality identifiers, like zodiac sign and Myers-Briggs. One identifier that is certainly one of the most popular is extrovert and introvert. So let’s fix that shall we?
Conglomerate 451 is a cyberpunk first-person dungeon crawler where the world has been taken over by four big business industries working against the government. You are the director of a government agency that lead squads of clones into the dregs of the city to complete missions in order to save the city from its dystopian demise.
Back in my undergrad days when I would mentor first-year students, we’d cover the different learning styles to better their understanding of how they can learn the best in college. One thing in the geek world that always involves learning is board games. So I am sharing ways to teach people board games based on their learning style.
I have seen this game suggest on social media and on some other blogs I follow, so I decided to give the demo a play and share my thoughts.
Continuing my personality based recommendations, I am sharing board games to play based on your Enneagram type!
Through the Darkest of Times is a historical resistance strategy game taking place in Berlin during the Third Reich. You are the leader of a resistance group as Hitler comes into power and onward.
Two Point Hospital is a business simulation game where you are a hospital manager building and running various hospitals to treat wacky illnesses.
First was the Zodiac. Then came the MBTI. Now I bring you video game recommendations based on your Enneagram type!
Gravehold remains the last bastion of The World That Was. As the otherworldly incursions from the creatures known only as The Nameless intensify, a cadre of strange survivors emerges from the void itself. Will they be Gravehold’s salvation or its undoing?
A while ago I did a post recommending video games based on your zodiac sign. So I asked if anyone would be interested in a board game equivalent, and responses were positive. So here is that post!