Game in a Minute: The Game: Face to Face

The Game: Face to Face will be familiar to anyone who played the original, but instead of cooperating, you’re racing to beat your opponent in a hand management duel.  But just because you’re competing doesn’t mean you can’t help them – in fact, you probably won’t win unless you do!  Want to know more?  Check out Game in a Minute!

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Jurassic Parts Review

In Jurassic Parts, a pack of fossil-hungry paleontologists have descended on a bone-rich dig site, ready to excavate the remains of the long-lost thunder lizards for glory and fame!  So sharpen your chisels and get in while you can, because to the best excavator goes truly T-Rex-sized rewards!  So join us as we dig into Jurassic Parts!

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Decktective: Bloody-Red Roses Review

The Decktective series feels like games made especially for me.  When I was young I got a collection of Sherlock Holmes stories and, being an impressionable child, I spent the next decade of my life thinking I would grow up to become a detective. I fell in love with incorrigibly quirky sleuth and mysteries in general, so games that incorporate puzzles and whodunits often turn out to be some of my favorites. Decktective: Bloody-Red Roses takes the excitement of solving a case and boils it down into a streamlined game that surprised me with its ingenuity and depth.

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The Search For Planet X Review

Space is a big, big place and finding 1 lone planet might not be easy, but in The Search For Planet X you’ll have all the tools you need to discover the celestial bodies that fill the night sky. This clever deduction game utilizes an app to help drive the gameplay, but is it the apogee of fun or just a big gas giant? Find out in our review of The Search For Planet X.

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