Robit Riddle Game Review (prepublished version)


In Tink Town, everything is built to order. From the car to the road, from the yard to the house, and from the robot to the robit. What’s a robit you ask? Why it’s the greatest companion a robot could ask for. That’s why the town fell into gloom when all the robits went missing. But a few robots want their friends back and are willing to do whatever it takes to find them! Continue reading

Cultists and Cthulhu Game Review


Men foolishly believe they can summon ancient gods and chain them to their will. The very thought is insane! Luckily, insanity is a major component of most cults. Sounds bad, but cults have incredible benefits and an outstanding 401k. Too bad no one ever has a chance to use them. Most end up being eaten or worse. Yes, there are worse things than being eaten alive. Continue reading

Creepiest Pet Shop Game Review


Owning a pet is a big responsibility unless that pet is a Hermit Crab. In which case, there isn’t much to do with it. But for most pets, the owner must take on the responsibilities of care and feeding. Depending on the pet, that’s a big or little job. The same applies to monsters who want to adopt their own pet to love. Yes, even monsters want a puppy with four heads of their own. Maybe you can help them find their perfect adorable companion. Continue reading

Mad Science Foundation Game Review


The line between madness and brilliance is sometimes thin. For example, Robert Oppenheimer is known as the “father of the atomic bomb”. He was a brilliant man, but his efforts lead to creating one of the most destructive weapons known to mankind. Is that madness? In this game, you play as a scientist that some say is as mad as Robert, but you just think yourself brilliant and misunderstood. Continue reading

Witch Slapped Game Review (prepublished version)


Spells and witches go hand in hand, like black cats and broomsticks. In this game, you will be playing as a witch who has the ability to cast great and terrible spells. Of course, so too do your opponents. The player who is able to cast the most deadliest spells the fastest will cause chaos, but the player who can cast spells the smartest will win the game. Continue reading

Pathfinder RPG: Horror Adventures Book Review


American author, H.P. Lovecraft, said “Searchers after horror haunt strange, far places.” In this book for the popular roleplaying game (RPG) Pathfinder, those dark and disturbing places can be visited. All that is necessary for the Game Master and their players to traverse the dark places of the world can be found in this one book. Dare you venture into lands no man was meant to travel? Continue reading

Luminous Ages Game Review (prepublished version)


The world of Dreams is a place of wonder and horror. It’s there that anything is possible and nothing is off-limits. Inspiration can be found and hopelessness, too. For those mages who know how to tap into its energy, the dreaming world is theirs to control. But such power comes at great cost and such a resource is eagerly sought after by many. The power can be yours, if you are strong enough to hold it. Continue reading

Gut Pile Game Review


American writer, Thomas Harris, said ” Problem solving is hunting. It is a savage pleasure and we are born to it.” Regardless of your own personal beliefs on the morality of hunting in the modern age, it cannot be argued that primitive man hunted to survive and was hunted in turn. Today, hunting is a past-time enjoyed by many. Now you, too, can go hunting at your gaming table. Continue reading

Snippets Game Review (prepublished version)


The English language is difficult to learn because it’s something of a hodgepodge of other languages thrown together, blended, poured into a big cultural glass, and served with a small umbrella. Many words that we consider to be “English” are actually words from other languages. In this game, you’ll be asked to create words from small snippets. You’d think that would be easy, but not always. Continue reading

Dumpster Diver Game Review (prepublished version)


There will always be others who see a glint of gold in a tarnished glass, a sparkle of diamonds in a cracked mirror, and rich history in an old cracked bookcase. These collectors look past the obvious and see the true value of objects that others never glimpse. You are such an individual and you have recently found the “Mother Load” of junk that can be turned into hard cash. The only trick is getting to it first. Continue reading

Galactic Coliseum Game Review (prepublished version)


Crime and punishment are now an opportunity for great ratings and entertainment for the masses. You have been accused of a crime and the only sentence is time in the coliseum. You must fight or die. Win and you survive another day. Lose and you become just one more statistic. You will never be free, but you can now die on your own terms. In a way, that is a kind of freedom that many will never have. Continue reading

Hope City Game Review (prepublished version)


American economist, Alan Greenspan, said, “Corruption, embezzlement, fraud, these are all characteristics which exist everywhere. It is regrettably the way human nature functions, whether we like it or not. What successful economies do is keep it to a minimum. No one has ever eliminated any of that stuff.” Crime and chaos are always at our doors. The fabric of society is only as strong as those who work to keep it mended. But even the strongest can fall. What is never lost is hope and hope makes it all possible. Continue reading