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‘Meteorfall: Journey’ Review: Swipe Right to Fight

Meteorfall: Journey By: Eric Farraro (Slothwerks) I spent so much time playing Asmodee Digital's solitaire card game, Onirim, in 2017, and it made me eager to seek out other games that are accessible and easy to play at any moment, but that require some tough choices weighing risk versus reward. Slothwerks' Meteorfall: Journey is the latest of these games and it combines the binary decision-making of Reigns with dungeon crawling. In Meteorfall, you start your journey by selecting one of Read more [...]

Slothwerks’ ‘Meteorfall’ First Impressions

Meteorfall: Journey By: Slothwerks Asmodee Digital's solitaire card game, Onirim, was one of my most-played games in 2017. I just love how you can play a game in a few minutes, and there's no grinding or deck-building to worry about. Until the recent scoring system was added, it was basically the perfect mobile game. So I've been keeping my eye out for similar games, such as Miracle Merchant, and when I saw Slothwerks' Meteorfall was close to release, I had to try it. The game isn't releasing Read more [...]

‘Brave Hand’ is an Upcoming Card Game About Luck and Skill, Preview Inside

Lately, I've been very interested in solitaire card games that offer a quick play when you have a few minutes to spare, or a hook that keeps me playing until I lose track of time. Being in portrait mode and playable with one hand is a must if it's going to keep me coming back for more, as I tend to only use my iPad for long, immersive games like point-and-click adventures. My first obsession was Onirim, which made me realize just how much I need these types of games in my life. There are no upgrades Read more [...]

‘Onirim – Solitaire Card Game’ iOS Review: An Asmodee Game That Feels Perfect on Touchscreen Devices

Onirim - Solitaire Card Game By: Asmodee Digital **Update: See my thoughts on the new Crossroads and Dead Ends expansion and scoring system.** A lot of board games have been making their way over to iOS lately. Some are better than others, but most suffer from the simple fact that they were originally designed to be played with friends in the same room. Some digital games do still offer that and if you have friends to play it with that way, they can be a good, cheap substitution of the physical Read more [...]