Cards on the table (self-high-five for the pun), I would never have bought Dutch Blitz. In fact when Gateway to Games suggested sending it to me I told them it wasn’t my sort of thing.
Why do I love cooperative games? Is it working together with my friends? Sure. Is it how the theme usually comes through more in coop games? Yeah. But mostly - it's the challenge.
When I say Unlock is an experience, I am in no way being metaphorical.
Every now and then you find a game which just clicks. It clicks with how you think, how you play. For me, the game which clicks is Quantum.
I knew I had to get my hands on Burgle Bros. So I got to work and formulated a plan of my own. I emailed Tim Fowers.
This week I’ve found myself spending my dunny time playing digital board games.
When you think about Zombies, what’s the first thing which comes to mind? Hoards of flesh eating, cannon fodder.
Lanterns is beautiful. Seriously Beautiful.
While I'm keen to give you my in depth review, it's not going to be in the next few weeks and I couldn't wait to write about it for fear I'd bust a hernia. So today we're taking a glance at it.
The setting – an ancient desert city with hidden artefacts. The mission – uncover the legendary flying machine. The catch – the desert is alive.