It’s a new year and a new post from me. Today I’m going to be writing about something I’ve been playing around with using the Unity game engine for a bit. A while back I had a fun little idea for a game that never came to be: A sheepdog simulator. Basically, the user plays […]
I made a game for PC using Unity and have released it on itch.io. Now that its done, I want to share some of the lessons I learned through this process.
Well maybe just some of your gaming needs. As part of an effort to better myself by learning a bit of Java, I have slapped together. I originally started designing it to replace the annoying score cards from Star Realms, but it has evolved into something a bit more versatile.
Looking for some new 2 player games? Here is a list of six games that are definitely worth considering.
So Frostpunk has been out now for just over a year and I have to say that from the day it launched it has intrigued me. That said, I only just got round to playing it yesterday. What do I think of Frostpunk? It good, but also bad, but also kind of perfect. Let me explain…
Once upon a time, I made a game. I made this game using the free version of Game maker Studio… And now I give to it to you… FOR FREE
Phoenix Point is the upcoming turn-based tactical strategy game from Snapshot Games, led by Julian Gollop, the designer of the orignal classic XCOM UFO Defense. As an early backer of this game, I’ve been playing the 4th Backer Build.
I won this case in a competition so I think it’s fair to say that I got a pretty sweet deal on it. The question is though, if I were in the market for a new case, would I buy it?
For my first time being a GM (like a DM but less dungeon-ey), I decided to run the Star Wars: Edge of the Empire beginner game. I had a lot of fun running this adventure and (I think) my players had a lot of fun adventuring in this adventure. So here I present to you […]
I’m away from home for a week with nought but my Tablet. Let me share with you some amazing games that I can play when away from my desktop.