Get ready to take up your swords, fellow gamers! The only way to survive the virtual reality game of Sword Art Online is to fight your way out, together. Face fierce battles against foes and keep an eye on your health because if you die in the game, you die in real life (and, your friends will lose the game too, which sucks, of course). Secure your fate and the fate of your friends by overcoming your enemies! Let's take a closer look.
So, you think you always know the best path to success? Well, it may be time to prove it. In Gentes players try to build monuments, settle in new cities, and, train their people trying to score points along the way by matching symbols on buildings, achieving common goals (like training 18 people). You want to build up an optimal engine so that you don't end up slowing yourself down in the long run. With many choices available each turn, what strategy will best help you get ahead of your opponents? Put your planning to the test! Let's check it out ...
As in, babies punching each other (because they're small boxers) ... not the act of punching babies. Please DO NOT punch babies, kthanks!
Now that that's out of the way - let's talk about this one! If you're into wacky themes and quick card games, then you might want to settle in for a bit and take a look at Punching Babies. All in good fun, this 2-player, turn-based card game simulates 2 heavyweight babies fighting for the gold! Or ... the belt? Or ... whatever heavyweight fighters might fight for!
In this preview I take a look at a prototype of the card game, and highlight its beginnings. Please keep in mind that some things you see/read may change from my copy to the final version (in fact, I know a few things have already been worked on!) Without further ado, let's take a look!
Do you want to play a short, sweet, simple card game that's bound to grow on you? (HA! Puns!) Then it's time to check out Tussie-Mussie. An upcoming Button Shy wallet game all about flowers, this one will teach you a bit about the meanings flowers can have while also providing you with a cute little drafting game. Let's take a closer look ...
Hey Gamers! A while back (and I mean a while) I made a post with some quick tips to trim a collection! In general, I would still say that those are good suggestions and could definitely be helpful if you're looking for ideas on how to cut out some games.
Unfortunately, I wasn't doing a great job at following my own advice and my fiancé and I were being equally bad influences for the whole situation. Our collection was growing too large with games we didn't really want or need. So, now speaking with a little more experience, here's how we finally got rid of some of those dust collecting games!