Welcome back to another episode of Game On: Epic Slant Press Edition. This week we’re joined again by Liore of the Cat Context podcast to talk about Trove and Everquest Next: Landmark. Should players be able to buy into alphas? And what’s up with these $2500 pre-purchase packs?! Adam also regales us with his story about bringing X-Wing miniatures into a bar! Remember to listen after the show for a bonus segment.
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Dr Klassi spent some time with RE: Your Brains trying to convince Aurelis and I to let him eat us. He also sat down to write the latest article for our indie game non-review series, Independence Lane. You can find that up on Table Top Gamer. If you’re into hilarious, game-directed roleplay you should really check out RE: Your Brains.
In RE: Your Brains you play either a zombie or a surviver. The zombie wants the surviver to give up their sweet, sweet brains. The surviver wants the zombie to move on to someone else. You play cards and make roleplay arguments to win!
Read more of the non-review of RE: Your Brains on Independence Lane on Table Top Gamer.
Aurelis sat down with Jue de Lune to write the second article for our indie game non-review series, Independence Lane, is now up on Table Top Gamer. Head on over there if you’d like to read her thoughts about the game of tides and love, Jue de Lune.
In Jeu de Lune, you play a Water Spirit that is in love with the Moon Princess. You use the tides to try to woo her over to you and keep her away from your competition.
Read more of the non-review of Jue de Lune on Independence Lane on Table Top Gamer.
I’m excited to announce that the first article for our indie game non-review series, Independence Lane, is now up on Table Top Gamer. Head on over there if you’d like to read our thoughts about the solitaire zombie survival horror game Until Dawn.
Until Dawn is a zombie horror survival game for one player. Imagine solitaire but a heck of a lot more fun and engaging. The story follows the couple of John and Rebecca Woods and their dog Jasper. In an effort to escape a zombie scourge they rush to their cabin in the woods in the hope of holding out until dawn. Unfortunately in their escape Rebecca is bitten and struggles to fight off the infection. Read more of the non-review of Until Dawn on Independence Lane on Table Top Gamer.