Dungeon crawlers and board games are both pretty common on iOS. Dungeon crawling board games, however, are not nearly as common. Perhaps that is because there is limited interest in such games among mobile gamers, or perhaps it is because of the complexities that come with trying to convert such games into digital form. So when a digital dungeon crawling board game comes out that was never even a physical game to begin with, I take full notice. (more…)
Posts byMike Lawhun
Get ready to swash your buckles and shiver your timbers as the age of wooden ships and iron men comes to life, turn after glorious turn, on your iOS device. It’s all of the fun of sailing the high seas and filling your enemy’s ships with holes, but without the pesky seasickness and death. (more…)
I don’t usually like to start a review with a pun, but Soulcalibur Unbreakable Soul has, well, broken my soul. That might be a bit of an overstatement, but it’s not far from the truth. I can’t remember the last time I have both loved and hated a game so much. (more…)
Some games are deep, strategic experiences meant to test you mentally, while others just give you a sword and a gun and send you forth to kill stuff. Warhammer 40,000: Carnage belongs in the latter category, and it does not disappoint one bit in that regard. (more…)
Talisman is a board game that most “serious” board gamers either seem to love or hate. Its polarizing nature is due to its combination of traditional RPG elements such as character stats and hit points, mixed with random elements such as rolling dice to move and drawing cards for encounters. (more…)
Yomi, brought to the iPad by Sirlin Games, is a digital version of a physical card game that attempts to mimic the psychological aspects of fighting games such as Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat. Yomi not only attempts this, but it succeeds in spades. Spades, hearts, diamonds, and clubs, to be exact.