Reviews written by Matt Thrower
A fast, novel, high-pressure puzzle game with a lot of different game modes to enjoy, but still, fundamentally, a puzzle game.
A simple, joyful dexterity game made special by its supreme speed and accessibility.
While strictly a game for children, Feline Felonies does a fine job of balancing a little bit of strategy and a lot of luck into an exciting package for little players.
Evil Corp does an enjoyable job of walking the line between mass and hobby appeal, but its important satirical elements get a bit lost in the process.
Doing a lot of heavy lifting with nothing more than a clever central mechanic and some great art, Veilwraith is one of the more memorable solo challenges on the market.
A fantastic resource for those who want to experience or resurrect the very different gaming paradigms of yesteryear, but also a reminder of why they changed.
With its accessible yet tense combination of dice, timing and strategy, it's hard to imagine solitaire gaming much better than this: but it's still solitaire gaming, and the narrative elements fall flat.
A very varied and imaginative collection of unusual adventures, but they will need work to transplant into an ongoing campaign.
A hard and heavy economic game with plenty of interactive strategy to chew over, and a side helping of bitter morals if you choose to sample them.