What would you do if you shipwrecked, lost your memories, were the only survivor and the first thing you saw was a gigantic steampunk tower? Me, I’d start trying to hitchhike another ship, but in Vaporum’s protagonist’s case, he thought entering the ominous structure would be the best choice. How did it turn out? Play to find out. Continue reading Review – Vaporum
A simple scouting mission becomes a desperate fight for survival. With only your trusty bot and a nanosword by your side, you must do all to return to your ship, the Songbringer.
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Last year I reviewed the quirky card-based dungeon crawler Guild of Dungeoneering, developed by Gambrinous, and followed that up with the review of their first expansion, Pirate’s Cove, which added more cards, more quests, a new class and a host of new and horrifyingly hilarious monsters and lyrics for that cruel bard.
Last month, Gambrinous released a brand new expansion for Guild of Dungeoneering called Ice Cream Headaches which has a massive heat wave strike the Guild’s homeland. The Guild Master, ever the wise and humble man, decides to pay a visit to the icy mountains of the Ice Cream Monks to ask what is going on, why they haven’t released their tasty treats. But on arriving he finds them under the heavy assault of Abominable Snow Men, Ice Cream Elementals and worst of all, Brainiacs, living, moving and very powerful disembodied brains. Continue reading Hands On – Guild of Dungeoneering: Ice Cream Headaches
Guild of Dungeoneering is a game I reviewed some time ago. It’s a fantastic tabletop-style dungeon crawler with hand-drawn cards and kooky classes with a funny story. But it had one flaw…no pirates. Now Pirate’s Cove brings the buccaneering to the dungeoneering!
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There’s an old god trapped in a labyrinth, controlling its denizens and sending them after adventurers. Now it has fresh meat, new fools to make their way into The Living Dungeon.