One of those games that’s simple to pick up but fiendishly difficult to master (or even get slightly less terrible at).
Playing card decks with individual cards designed by 55 different illustrators from around the world.
The classic dual-stick arcade game, now with trippy 3D playfields.
A deck of playing cards that doubles as a practical guide to graphic design.
A console-quality, anime-inspired mech game for iOS (Universal) that is just as fun to play as it is pleasing to look at.
A sweet deck of cards with designs inspired by “secret societies, conspiracy theories, and everything unknown.”
Some of the boldest, most vibrant playing cards you’ll ever own.
A science book for playful people.
Everything you love about kaiju monster movies in board game form.
Likely the coolest set of playing cards you’ll ever own.
A beautiful book that celebrates the art, culture, and history of video games.
My latest gaming obsession is Fates Forever—a 3v3 MOBA game in the vein of League of Legends and DoTA, but built for touchscreens. You choose one of nine unique heroes (with more slated to release soon) and are placed on a team with two other characters (bots or online players, depending on the mode you choose). As you face off against another…
Oh man I’m excited. Broken Age—a PC game I wrote about not long ago—is now available for iPad. If you’ve already played it, this is the same point-and-click (point-and-tap?) adventure you know and love. The wonderful soundtrack and voice acting are all still there, as well as the gorgeous, hand-painted design aesthetic. If you haven’t had the chance to play this delightful…
From the makers of the popular (and super addictive) iOS game Dots comes its new sequel, TwoDots. The basic gameplay is the same: connect vertical or horizontal rows of same-colored dots to remove them and allow other dots to drop down, or connect them in a square pattern to eliminate all dots of that color from the screen. As you progress through…
When I was a kid, nothing caused more heated arguments between me and my friends than our game consoles of choice. As a Sega fanboy at the time—and a hardcore PlayStation enthusiast later—I was always in the minority at school. Console Wars, a new book by Blake J. Harris, explores the actual rivalry between the Nintendo and Sega corporations that took place…