This review is going to contain spoilers for Nightmare Gallery, if you don’t want to get spoiler’d, well tough. An attempt to build a horror atmosphere with lovecraftian tones. We follow Amber Benson (Tara from Buffy the Vampire Slayer), as
This review may (read: will) cover some spoilers for The Catacombs of Horror, if you want to avoid the spoilers, I’m rating this one an 8.5 out of 10. So, there is no secret in here that I love the
Okay, so when it comes to Dungeons and Dragons, I have wanted to play since my youth but I didn’t have the opportunity, my first real chance to play was in the 5th Edition starter box. With this in mind,
This review will carry some small spoilers for the Sinister Mansion, so if you don’t want that, 8 out of 10. So, there is no secret in here that I love the Exit games, they were the first “Escape
Okay! So lets talk Curse of Strahd. Currently, I am running through this campaign with https://twitter.com/CapricornCross running the game. The idea of this game is to run “By the Book”, meaning Cap’ will try to stick to the book’s writings
If it feels like I am pumping out a few game reviews, you’re right! We played these games over successive weeks, so the second I got the blog up and running, I grabbed my notes and wrote them up.
Okay, so where do we begin? Spoilers for the first puzzle included. Lately, friends and I have been playing boardgames once or twice a month, we’ve got a weakness for Escape Room style puzzles, but if something looks good we’re