Remade Riven Shows Why It’s Still the Ultimate Puzzle Adventure

Riven is one of the most well-known, classic puzzle adventures of all time for a reason. It’s just as amazing today as it was in 1997 when it originally released. Now, it has been remade with stellar graphics, an updated soundtrack and even some new puzzles.

Studying the Great Tome of Dungeons and Dragons History

The Making of Original Dungeons and Dragons 1970-1977 offers great insights into questions of how and why Dungeons and Dragons came into existence. This 576 page tome includes first drafts and never before released insights.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes Becomes Superb Spiritual Successor to Suikoden

As the spiritual successor to Suikoden, it should be no surprise that players in Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes have access to over 100 playable characters to build out their armies with as they work to save the world, one battle at a time.

Enjoying the Retro Style FPS Action in Bloodhound

Doom, Painkiller, Quake and their like helped to usher in a golden age of shooters that lasted for many years. Today, modern shooters are much more advanced, but if you are missing out on that old school style, you can lock and load with Bloodhound.

Trading and Exploring in the Magical World of Fireside

Fireside shipwrecks the player on a strange island populated by interesting and colorful characters who also need a helping hand. Trading, exploring and making friends are some of the goals in Fireside, but the journey is more important than the destination.

Solving a Mystery Most Fowl With Duck Detective: The Secret Salami

Featuring a feathered detective who is down on his luck, Duck Detective: The Secret Salami is a brief cozy mystery adventure that features excellent dialogue, great voice acting and a plot that is quite entertaining to try and unravel.

Penning the Great American Novel in Writer’s Rush

Writer’s Rush challenges players to become the best novelist in the world but presents things like it’s merely a contest between rival authors. It doesn’t really reflect the writing process or what it takes to become a successful novelist at all, but it’s not unfun to play.

Build Your Own Never-Never Land With Fabledom

Unlike most modern city building type titles, Fabledom is designed with simple mechanics and casual gameplay in mind, which makes it perfect for relaxing while you slowly construct the fairytale kingdom of your childhood dreams.

Win Big or Go Out With a Bang in Buckshot Roulette

At first glance, Buckshot Roulette is a title available on Steam by developer Mike Klubnika about playing rounds of Russian Roulette in a seedy nightclub for wads of cash. But just below the surface, it rewards critical thinking and the ability to calculate probabilities.

Setting An Appointment For Salon Success With Hairdresser Simulator

Hairdresser Simulator has players training to be hairdressers and eventually purchasing and staffing multiple locations to build a hair salon empire. Players can perform many hairdressing tasks, such as washing, shampooing, cutting hair and more.

Enjoy A Cat’s Eye View to Adventure in Little Kitty, Big City

Little Kitty, Big City lets players explore a vast cartoon-like city as a cat on an adventure back to their home. The entire town is filled with colorful characters and zany quests, plus opportunities to solve light puzzles and cause some chaos around the city.

Millennia Offers A Few Time Twists For Turn-Based Strategy

It’s difficult for new entries into the tactical empire-building genre to make a splash against established franchises like Civilization, Crusader Kings and others, but Millennia attempts to do so with a unique time and era altering mechanic that keeps its gameplay fresh every single time.

Celebrating All Things Gaming at PAX Unplugged

The PAX Unplugged show is dedicated to tabletop gaming in all its forms, including role-playing, boardgames, card games, cosplay and more. It’s also one of the best organized shows around, making sure that everyone has a fun time, even while waiting in line for other events.

The Game Over Podcast’s Guest and Guest Host

Due to Darius and Gary’s unfortunate incident, Katz finds a guest host and guest for the podcast.

Critical Hits with Roll20’s Corey Rosemond

Roll20 is one of the best platforms available for playing role-playing games remotely with friends. But it could always be better, and that is just what COO Corey Rosemond is working on right now. We find out what’s up on the platform, and what is coming soon.

Burning Bryte With A Brand New Game System

BurnBryte is the first roleplaying game made for the virtual tabletop world of Roll20. Just like how Amazon, Netflix and Apple TV went from streaming other peoples’ content to creating their own shows, this is Roll20s first original content. We chat with the show’s creators.


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