The Old King’s Crown has been sending ripples across my radar for a few years now, and with those ripples turning into waves after big showings at conventions like the UK Games Expo, I had big expectations
Diatoms. We all know what they are, right? Yeah, of course we do, but just in case anyone doesn’t, let me explain.
Malum Hortus is a cooperative game where you play nymphs, lured to a beautiful garden to frolic, or do whatever it is when nymphs have a few hours to kill. Some weeding, maybe?
Ever wanted to eliminate randomness in the combat in a crawler? How about adding tower defence elements? Ahh, got your attention now haven’t I? Buckle-up, Midhalla is a ride.
Crumbs is a lovely puzzle with the feel of something like Kitchen Rush, but without the pressure of the real-time elements.
Asteroid Dice is best described as Throw Throw Burrito in spaaaaaace! But it’s also got a bit of bluffing thrown in and a natty, secondary throwing part to it which reminds me of Strike, despite being pretty different.
For this price, for a game as much fun as Pioneer Rails is, I think you’d have to try hard to think of a reason to not back it.
The thrill of a re-purposed bread bin knocking seven bells out of a Tupperware box with a knife, is hard to beat. While Prometheus Game Labs’ Micro Bots: Duel might not be quite as violent on your table, it’s a cheaper and easier option for 1v1 robot carnage
Cartolan puts you in the role of adventurers, seeking to explore the unknown world and open lucrative trade routes with the various ports and cities obscured by the fog of ignorance.
As Eddie Izzard once said, over here in Europe we’ve got tons of castles. So many, that we’ve all got one each.