Adventure Bay is a surprisingly addictive, yet at times frustratingly slow, world building game with a bit of a twist to try and keep it interesting…
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This is yet another game I found while perusing the offerings of the Xbox Live marketplace. I wanted a new RPG so I thought I’d give the demo a go, and before I knew it I was ordering the game for next day delivery. I looked up the reviews and saw that it largely seemed to be the overlooked RPG of 2009, a victim of bad timing as much as anything, so I thought I’d give Divinity 2: Ego Draconis the benefit of the doubt, and to be honest, I’m glad I did. Read the rest of this entry ?
Another easy but addictive iPhone game for you – Drop 7 bills itself as sudoku meets tetris, so as a fan of both, I figured this was the game for me. I have since spent many hours placing these little discs in what seems like the best place, and can certainly testify to the fact that, for addiction value at least, it’s been worth the money. Read the rest of this entry ?
In a flurry of productivity here’s another potentially good buy for you this evening… I was mistakenly guided here thinking this was an RPG, and hunting for something with dragons given my recent love affair with Dragon Age: Origins (review of the DLCs coming soon… ish…) and was, if I’m honest, disappointed on both counts, but fortunately I was pleasantly surprised with the reality of the game, so read on to see if it could be the pleasant surprise you’re hunting for too… Read the rest of this entry ?
This was actually introduced to me by one of the kids at school who came rushing over for help with one of the quizzes before his time ran out, and from that point on I was hooked. It has since entertained me on trans-Atlantic flights and entertained my entire family on long drives up and down the length of the UK, yes, people, Sporcle truly is fun for all the family.