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This year was the return of Irelands foremost Cosplay Convention to the Red Cow Hotel. The Convention was packed with con-goes, artist selling their wares and doing on the spot commissions and number of small businesses pimping their work, such as … Continue reading
Betrayal at House on the Hill is a semi cooperative horror board game by Avalon Hill and Wizards of the Coast. The players begin by exploring a modular haunted house, hoping to gain abilities and items to increase their chance of survival. Some of the room tiles hold Omens, powerful items and followers that also have a chance at triggering the haunting. The special thing about Betrayal is that there are fifty hauntings to trigger, all with their own characters and mechanics. After about a dozen plays, I haven’t experienced the same game twice. Continue reading
About a week ago I was lying in bed, awake but not ready to get up yet so I pulled out my iPad and went in search of a new RPG to try. There are a lot of repurposed old … Continue reading
Never Alone is a narrative platformer developed by Upper One Games, an indigenous games company belonging to the Cook Inlet Tribal Council in Alaska. Iñupiat elders were at the heart of the writing, collaborating with the developers to portray a … Continue reading
The Witches (Terry Pratchet), by Martin Wallace, is a great board game with beautiful art, straight forward rules and just enough complexity to be compelling without making it inaccessible. You can start with one to four playable characters, all young … Continue reading
After completing the first episode of life is strange, it was fair to say that I was left wondering. This game has definitely got me hooked on its mysteries. Life is Strange has a narrative that is engaging and compels … Continue reading