So I have been playing The Sims 4 a lot lately, and saw that they now have an official mobile game as well, so I decided to give it a try and share what I thought. Continue reading
Did you ever play the old Where In The World is Carmen Sandiego? games? I remember playing them when I was a kid and how difficult they were for me and my lack of international knowledge at the time. So as I was scrolling through Google Play and Sandiego Inc was recommended, so my nostalgia decided I had to try it. Continue reading
Throne of Lies is a game that I actually backed on Kickstarter, and was the first thing I have ever backed. I enjoy the social deduction style games like Werewolf and Town of Salem, and this felt like a fresh revival of that genre. Continue reading
I have played many a board game, and a fair share of video games now, but I don’t tend to play mobile games often. So I decided to peruse the Google Play store and see what is out there. Well did I find a treasure trove of games, particularly board games gone digital. One of the games I got was Exploding Kittens, originally a card game that I have played maybe twice. So I gave the mobile game a go. Continue reading
Antihero is a turn-based strategy video game developed by Tim Conkling and published by Versus Evil. You are neither a good guy or bad guy, you are simply an anti-hero. You run a thieves guild in the Victorian era and must compete against other thieves for territory control of the city. Continue reading
ABZU is an open world adventure game where you play as a diver traveling through the deep sea discovering ancient relics and mysterious technology, with a sense you’re being followed. Continue reading
Renowned Explorers: International Society is a game developed by Abbey Games, where you play as a team of explorers trying to become the most well-known and famed of them all. The RPG strategy game has an incredibly unique combat system and a bunch of replayability. Continue reading
Armello is one of the games I got from the Steam Winter Sale, and from first game fell in love with it.
A new style of gaming has come out based on the major popularity of of live-streaming services, particularly Twitch. As an avid stream watcher, I was very interested in these new games, called stream first games, where the game is made with primary focus of being played by broadcasters and having viewer involvement in the game, whether it be in the play or the outcome.
In case you are new here, I do not consider myself a gamer. I have only just recently started playing video games very casually, and this is a couple years after being a avid video game viewer. One of the first games I bought when starting was Dead by Daylight, because my friends recommended it and I had seen a LOT of it on Twitch, so it looked fun. Here is my newbie review.
With the U.S. release of Pokemon Go this week, millions of people downloaded the app in order to catch them all, myself included. But, to make a quick confession, I did not grow up with the same love and understanding of Pokemon as the rest of my millennial counterparts, so getting this game was certainly a different experience for me.