Play Matt: Shadows Of Malice Review
Most British people live in tiny houses, cramped together on our crowded island. And we're all stuck, in the midst of a housing crisis that has sent average prices ten times the average wage. So when a new game arrives, it's always to a mixture of excitement and unease. It's something new to explore, but where the hell am I going to put it?
Not a thing we're trained to do in adventure games because it feels bad and hurts the fantasy machismo.
I had no idea that British houses were so small. I have an older American house, and it's still more than twice the size of a British shoebox house.
It's a difficult game to get played, partially because I feel like I need to review the rules every time I get it out. It also works solo, but it a lot more fun with other people. I might actually try to get this played sometime soon, I have some friends who might really be into it.