Dragon Dawn is a rather small expansion for Age of Wonders 4 but still features some pretty game-changing additions to the game, including the ability to be an actual whole-ass dragon. It also adds two new tomes with new spells and units, a new lizardfolk body type for your factions, and a dragon-focused realm option to take on.
Age of Wonders 4 attempts to take that variety one step further by taking apart the various pieces that make up a faction’s jigsaw puzzle, and handing them to you. You can create your own factions and rulers in Age of Wonders 4, both to play as and against. You can even customize the very realms you play on.
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.