Mahokenshi puts a neat twist on the deckbuilding genre by applying a game board element to its card play. It’s not just a simple gimmick either. The two are intertwined in every way, and it gives Mahokenshi a unique identity when compared to its brethren.
Digital Board Game
Back in May 2020. I reviewed a little game called Circadian Dice. At the time, it was a game made by hobbyist game developers, and even then I was impressed enough to score it a 10 out of 10, back when I still gave out numerical scores.
Two years later, Circadian Dice has been further improved and is making the leap that I always hoped it would make. From a hobbyist project to a full-fledged retail Indie game. It only felt appropriate to update my review to match it.
Wingspan was originally an award-winning board game designed by Elizabeth Hargrave and published by Stonemaier Games. The digital version extends its feathered nature into video game form, complete with AI opponents, hot-seat play, and online multiplayer.
Root is a game of unforgiving and brutal war. Don’t let the cute visuals fool you. The cats are as likely to disembowel you as the birds are to peck your eyes out.