Nazi germany, World War II. Even though the country is united against the world, there are those inside who are not pleased with the direction the country has taken and wants to eliminate Hitler from power. Can you manage to do what history failed?
Stranger things are occuring in Arkham. Disappearances, reports of strange noises and creatures in the night and it’s up to you and your investigative team to find out what’s going on. This game from Fantasy Flight Games takes you into a mystery in the universe of H. P. Lovercraft.
Space is vast, and somewhere out there, there’s a star called Xia. Its galaxy is filled with opportunity. Harvest, become an officer of the law, trade, or exploit others. Cody Miller has made Xia: Legend of a Drift System, a game where you choose your own path, and there are many to choose from.
Aaah, the classic “Choose your own adventure” book is back – in style! This book from Blue Orange Games is actually a comic, with a lot of contents. A picture tells a thousand words, and might even contain some hidden information if you look close enough.
Your daughter is walking home from school. All of a sudden, a van stops next to her and takes her in. The demands are given and you are to meet at a mansion with a lot of money. But it’s not just about the money, as you’ll soon find out.
This is a “Choose your own adventure” from Blue Orange, but instead of a book, it’s a comic.
Oooh, I loved Mansions of Madness from Fantasy Flight Games. It had one major problem though: 30 minutes setup time and long playtime. One of those has been fixed, and the other is really not a problem once you’re ready for it.
You find yourself shipwrecked and end up alone on a deserted island. You’re saved! Or are you? The island is filled with dangers. Poisenous food, predator animals, pirates and mysterious places filled with sharp rocks and crevises. You want to survive, but you have no idea what is safe and what is deadly. By yourself you’d be dead within a day or two. Luckily, there is another person there to help you, and his name is Friday.
Fantasy Flight Games has finally released an app that allows you to play Descent: Journeys in the Dark 2nd Edition without an Overlord player. So this means it is totally cooperative from this point on. How does the app work and does it actually replace an overlord? Let’s find out!