A disappointing adaption of a great modern board game that brings nothing new to the table.
Tag: board game
Frost is melancholy and bleak, a deckbuilder for those who want to feel all the pain and terror of surviving a deadly winter.
Happy Words contains a number of letters that can spell good things. However, it can also spell bad too!
Its basic, painterly aesthetic is an ideal match for its accessible gameplay.
Darkest Hunters is best played in a casual capacity, but does offer good value for money with its depth and playabliity.
A simple take on the 2048 formula, the detailed tiles are a nice touch, but don't bring anything new to the table for this well trodden path.
Wonderful accessibility, charming visuals, and a bevy of modes for different players makes up for the game’s few mediocre additions.
Warlock of Firetop Mountain is a wonderfully written experience from the 80s.
There's nothing dark about this quest.
Yep, it’s solitaire, and it solitaires well enough, but there is just nothing to really excite or surprise me in this traditional card game port.