This naval strategy game offers an interesting blend of trading, diplomacy and real-time battles that will satisfy aficionados of its historical setting, though it might prove too single-minded for most.
‘The Bogey Man’ may not be Wallace & Gromit’s grandest adventure, but it provides a satisfying conclusion to the series.
Guybrush Threepwood’s return maintains the series’ trademark humour and charm, but ‘Launch of the Screaming Narwhal’ feels like more like a teaser than an episode in its own right.
Those ingenious Rube Goldberg puzzles are back in Crazy Machines 2 Complete, the spiritual successor to the popular 90s series The Incredible Machine. When I reviewed the first Crazy Machines I was wowed by the game’s ingenious puzzles and realistic physics, but found that it often required a higher intellect than my feeble noggin will […]
Paradox Interactive’s vibrant turn-based strategy is fun, accessible and fiendishly addictive.
The arrival of a dastardly villain and three rogue whippets make this latest episode of Grand Adventures the funniest and most endearing yet.