3 Wishes Game Review

Imagine if you had three wishes. You could have anything; be anything. Would you wish for power, wealth, or would you selflessly wish for others? Perhaps world peace? How about no more sickness, pain, or hunger? Your imagination is the limit, but in this game, your wits and memory are the key to getting what you wish for. Continue reading

Dastardly Dirigibles Game Review

The greatest airship engineer in history is retiring. Before he leaves the public spotlight and enjoys the rest of his years in solitude, he must name a successor. You are a prominent airship engineer in your own right, but an endorsement from the greatest engineer in the world would ensure your place in history. Now you just have to prove yourself and beat the competition. Continue reading

Loud About Game Review

American columnist, Franklin Pierce Adams, said: “Nothing is more responsible for the good old days than a bad memory.” Memory is a funny thing. We think we remember things exactly as they are, but time erodes the details, and new life experiences fill in the gaps making a single memory a composite of memories and assumptions. In this game, memory is key to victory, but you’ll be hard-pressed to remember that when your’e in the heat of gameplay. Continue reading

Triumph Game Review

English-American political activist, philosopher, political theorist, and revolutionary, Thomas Paine said, “The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph.” True. The harder the labor, the sweeter the success. In this game, players will work to complete what is seemingly a simple task, but will quickly learn that victory is something that must be fought for. Continue reading

Demon Espionage Game Review (prepublished version)

Satan has fallen and now a power struggle rages across the domains of Hell. Absolute power can be obtained by collecting souls. Two opposing forces, one who wants to reinvent Hell and the other who wants to keep it as it is, now battle for control. Whose side you are on is obvious, but not your opponent. Are they friend or foe? Do they side with you or seek your downfall? Continue reading

Get Adler! Game Review

In the world of espionage, trust is a commodity in short supply. Even supposed friends and allies could be double-agents. Some agents go so deep undercover that they no longer can tell truth from fiction. But no one can live a lie forever. Eventually every spy slips up. The trick is to be observant enough to divide fact from fiction. Continue reading

10 Down Game Review

Simplicity suggests minimalism. That is to say, a lot can can be gained with little. While many might think that “more is better”, there is a growing movement of minimalists who challenge that way of thinking, choosing to instead reduce and focus on the essentials rather than acquire bulk. In this game, simplicity is a given, but the process of winning is anything but a minimal effort. Continue reading

Hunting Sasquatch Game Review (prepublished version)

The hunt for the elusive Sasquatch (a.k.a “Big Foot”) has taken place all over the world. Due to the Sasquatch’s elusive nature, hunters must travel to remote and dangerous locations, putting their own lives at risk. But such risk is necessary in order to find proof of Sasquatch’s existence. For those who believe, no cost is too great to pay to finally bring the truth to light. Continue reading

5-Minute Dungeon Game Review (prepublished version)

They say that the longest a hero can hope to survive in a dungeon is 5 minutes. That’s not very long, but you and a group of your heroic friends have devised a plan. You’ll jump in the dungeon, explore, and defeat the boss monster in less than 5 minutes! Some say you are crazy and they may be right, but one thing is for certain. If you are going to beat the odds, you best be quick about it. Continue reading

Knowledge Game Review (prepublished version)

Some believe that the power of mages comes from an otherworldly place. This is only partially true. What makes a mage a mage is not the fireballs they throw in the air or the conjuring tricks. No. Knowledge of the arcane and what it’s capable of is what makes a true wielder of magic powerful. In this game, you will seek knowledge to crush your foes before they crush you. Continue reading

Munchkin Gloom Game Review

Some believe that the more you suffer in this world, the more deserving you are of a happier afterlife. That is to say, pain now equals gain later. If such is the case (and I’m not suggesting it is), then the characters in this game will certainly find the Great Hereafter to be filled with uncountable pleasures and delights. Prepare to suffer and be happy about it. 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