This week Modern Gamer columnist Marie Brownhill examines Catlord, an action-adventure title for the Nintendo Switch that will have players helping their cat character defend their territory from other creatures that really want to ruffle your fur. If you are itching for some weekend entertainment on the Nintendo Switch, Catlord might scratch that for you.
Above Snakes takes a casual approach to survival and crafting titles, where players construct their own world piece by piece as they craft, hunt and explore in it at their own pace. There is even a sprinkling of horror to round things out.
Storyteller is an award-winning puzzle adventure title that has players building many different stories using pieces that represent backgrounds, characters and plot points. It offers interesting puzzle-solving gameplay that should appeal to anyone who enjoys a good tale and puzzle adventures.
Anyone looking for entertainment this week without really having to think too hard should follow the example of Modern Gamer columnist Marie Brownhill and invest a few very peaceful hours in the charming world of Plantera 2: Golden Acorn.
Back in 2016, our Modern Gamer columnist Marie Brownhill was a big fan of Pokemon Go. She tried it again recently and was amazed with the updates and changes that have been made over the years.
Players in Aces and Adventures will combine traditional poker hands from a 52-card deck with others depicting spells and magical abilities in a unique card battler that is easy to pick up and play but difficult to master – just like you’d want in a deckbuilding adventure.
This week our Modern Gamer Marie takes a look at Papetura, a casual title where the entire world and even the characters in it are constructed of paper. It’s certainly a unique point and click adventure that many gamers should enjoy.
Modern Gamer columnist Marie Brownhill was a member of the original Oregon Trail gaming generation. This week, she steps back into her wagon to see if the new remake lives up to that classic or dies of dysentery along the dusty trail.
Garden In is a relaxing simulation where players grow amazing plants to decorate their virtual homes. Advanced gardeners can even crossbreed their plants to create never before seen shrubbery for their serene and green homes.
GeoMag toy sets are amazingly well constructed, and they’re great at teaching critical STEM and science-related topics. The new Mechanics Challenge Goal set tasks young builders with constructing a magnetic machine that can launch a small metal ball into a goal.