The surprise hit Black Book game is an RPG adventure that is steeped in dark Slavic myths. You play a young sorceress who uses her wits, magic and a killer fighting deck to combat those evil forces and bring peace to her world.
Set up like a television series, the Dark Nights With Poe and Munro game follows two charismatic radio hosts as they fumble through some strange and at times unsettling supernatural mysteries while also building up their relationship and trying to stay alive.
Slicing, burning, skewering, zapping and grinding poor little green orcs is a ton of fun in this silly series. Orcs Must Die! 3 is the long-awaited sequel to this action-packed game. Gamers really love this series, and from the way that Orcs Must Die! 3 plays, you will see why.
Ascension is a fast paced deckbuilding game designed by Magic Pro Tour champions Justin Gary, Rob Dougherty, and Brian Kibler, with artwork by Eric Sabee. It’s a dynamic experience where players have to react and adjust their strategy accordingly. It’s a beloved game, and this is the tenth anniversary edition.
Going back into the Exclusion Zone around Chernobyl is a rewarding and fun experience in Chernobylite, a new sci-fi exploration and combat game that combines the best elements of several different genres into an entertaining and unique experience that most gamers should enjoy.
If you enjoy action games with strong RPG elements and a sci-fi fantasy story, Scarlet Nexus could be right up your alley. It’s got great anime aesthetics and storytelling, and some really solid action elements too.
Continuing our series on fun toys for younger players, we turn to GEOMAG Supercolor Panels, an amazing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) based toy set that’s fun for anyone five-years-old and older.
The summertime golfing fun with Mario Golf: Super Rush is never-ending. The game combines the layout of real golf with the wackiness of mini-golf and some crazy Nintendo magic for good measure. It’s a golf adventure like nothing you have ever played before.
If you love platforming and puzzle games or enjoy those particular aspects of Metroidvania type games then you’ll love Unbound: Worlds Apart, even if the difficulty is pretty challenging. But if you are good at platforming, then this one is worth the jump.
Set in an impressively detailed world, HighFleet marries tactical, arcade-like combat sequences with deep strategic planning and story where your choices actually matter and shape the post-apocalyptic world. For a unique diesel punk experience, join the HighFleet.