A perfect digital recreation of the classic board game, although the omission of local play is simply murderous.
The classic board-game brought to life in a digital format for the Nintendo Switch.
THE Card isn’t a fold, but more of a push: it gets the job done for card gamblers with little else involved.
When the screenshots that the press kit provides has broken English, you know you're in for a rough time.
The king must fall. Fight, lie and conquer to take the throne.
A unique and wonderfully crafted board game that shines in multiplayer, yet is seriously flawed and borderline unplayable in its single-player element.
A decent Monopoly-clone that easily matches its playability, all within a price range that won't break the bank.
Like taking a hit on nineteen, this Blackjack game doesn't quite know when to call it quits, but, surprisingly, it pays off in the end, at least for parody fans.
Think about that Chess game that was always hanging around in your Accessories folder on Windows 98 and you're not too far off (though with a bit more polish).