And what do we do on Saturdays? (We wear pink!) That’s Wednesdays. No, on Saturdays we look at some reviews. So let’s get to it.
Today we have: That’s a Question, Seikatsu, Through the Ages App, Between Two Cities: Capitals, Storm Hollow, Whistle Stop, Rhino Hero: Super Battle, SpyNet, King Frog, Paramedics: Clear, Trickster: Champions of Time, and Zero Down.
I hope your Saturday is treating you well. I know it’s going well for some friends, who are getting married. Congratulations to Joe-Nathan and Elizabeth. You two are going to be absolutely awesome together and I couldn’t be happier for you!
And I know they’ll be happy together because they game together.
And so that brings us to the game reviews we have for you today in our Review Roundup.
Those games featured this week are: Nevermore, Hundred Days 20, Catan Junior, Samurai, Discoveries: The Journals of Lewis & Clark, Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Wrath of the Righteous, Evolution (with Flight expansion), Specter Ops, and Sentinels of the Multiverse: Vengeance Expansion.
Club Fantasci’s David Lowry (and his wonderful hair… Seriously. I wish I could have hair like his) has a chat with Curt Covert of Smirk & Dagger Games. Topics include the multitude of Smirk & Dagger’s games that are available now as well as what sort of goodies they have in store. Also, some about running a gaming company in this day and age. You can check out the video interview below the cut.
Gamers on Games has posted 107 of their vidcast up online for your watching pleasure.
In this episode:
Curt Covert of Smirk & Dagger talks about Dread Curse, Student Bodies, and HEX HEX XL with Gamers on Games
Gamers on Games has posted episode 103 of their vidcast up online for your watching pleasure.
In this episode:
Episode 103: Curt Covert of Smirk&Dagger Talks About Rampaging Jotunn!
Check out this awesome interview and keep up with Knighthawk Games on Facebook and if you’re interested in more about Rampaging Jotunn contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Play Unplugged is after yer booty!
In this Hugo Award Winning review, they take a look at Dread Curse from Smirk and Dagger.
From the review:
Arrrrr matey! Play Unplugged’s Dan Bidwa reviews Dread Curse, a game from those scurvy dogs at Smirk&Dagger!