Reviews written by thegiantbrain
Iain puts his fingers to his temples, reaches out to your mind, and tries to tell you what he thinks about Medium via Telepathy. He also wrote it down, just to be sure.
Letterpress is a game that evokes the click clack of classic typewriters and the printing press.
Agon encourages moments of bloody action, deep debate, and real moments of emotional intimacy...
Iain sends one of theirs to the morgue in this 2 player game of mobsters and liquor.
Iain looks at the Star Trek: Adventures core rulebook, and ponders whether it boldly goes, or is stuck in the past.
Scum & Villainy takes the base system of Blades in the Dark and mashes it through a pulp filter to tell tales of bold space heroes, mercenaries, and rebels in a universe waiting to be filled with your own imagination.
The invaders have come to your island. They must be repelled. See how Iain got on beating back the colonists as an ancient spirit in this cooperative game from Greater Than Games.
Agon encourages moments of bloody action, deep debate, and real moments of emotional intimacy... It’s a truly wonderful piece of design from John Harper and Sean Nittner. I thoroughly recommend it to you."
Riftforce was Iain's game of UK Games Expo 2019, that seems like forever ago now. It's hit KS recently and Iain had a chance to give it a shot in its final form.