Horrified Review

Prospero Hall’s Horrified is a light, cooperative game where players face off against classic movie monsters. Based in pick-up-and-deliver gameplay and offers different mechanics for each monster, Horrified delivers a modular, yet cohesive experience that could appeal to a variety of players. Is it a chilling tale of terror and suspense or should it be relegated to the a B Movie list? Watch our review of Horrified to find out!

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Squire for Hire: Mystic Runes Review

We recently did a Game in a Minute feature on Squire for Hire, and for those who can’t spare the 60 seconds to watch it I will summarize here by saying that it’s a light, fun, super-portable little puzzle of a microgame that we’ve really enjoyed.  It’s not every game that sings the song of the unsung heroes of every fantasy adventure – the people in charge of organizing and carrying the hero’s bags!  We loved the art and found its modest card count belied a game that delivered a delicious bite of gameplay.

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The Liberation of Rietburg Review

Now it’s no secret that Team Gameosity loves a good cooperative game.  And up there with some of our favorites is Legends of Andor, a narrative-driven adventure game.  In The Liberation of Rietburg, players will return to the world of Andor, but this time instead of being tasked with defending an entire kingdom over the course of several scenarios, they must instead contend with the defense of the titular city as waves of monsters batter its walls and infiltrate its depths.  Do you and your fellow adventurers have what it takes to protect the city before it’s overrun with monsters?  Lets find out as we take a look at Liberation of Rietburg!

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