Hey Android, tanks for the memories.
Pocket Tactics is a member of the Wargamer Limited Group, which is owned by Slitherine Software. It's not a secret that when Slitherine publishes games they are generally for PC and, sometimes, iPad.
They look as though they just met Skoora, the gentle shark.
If you're a reader of Pocket Tactics, you're familiar with Uwe Rosenberg's work. He's the mad genius behind such great games as Agricola and Le Havre, both of which have been incredibly well represented on...
Since Gen Con this past August, my favorite board game to bring to the table has been Cool Mini or Not's Blood Rage. It's a viking story set during Ragnarok in which you score points both for winning battles (or losing, if Loki's on...
It's quite pretty and all, but why does everything look like it's on fire?
Last week saw the release of the first Martin Wallace game to hit the App Store, Steam, and its launch was so smooth it made Goko look competent.
This should be the best example of going over the top since Stallone and his kid won that truck.
If we travel way back when tablets were new and digital board games were just becoming a thing, Days of Wonder was quoted saying that Memoir '44...
Hey! It's Fenton Paddock!
It's been a while since we've had any Hearthstone news, so it seems weird having two Hearthstone stories in the same week. Then again, Blizzard's annual convention, BlizzCon, began today so if we're going to have a lot of Hearthstone news, this...
The only thing missing is Short Round.
I love adventure game, you love adventure games. So, it seems only natural that, when a relatively popular PC adventure game is announced for iOS, we'd talk about it.
Too many spores
Pocket Tactics is a member of the Wargamer Limited Group, which is owned by Slitherine Software. A new Warhammer game hits the App Store every 2.5 hours or so, making it only a matter of time before something Warhammer-y was interesting enough to post about.
Assemble the minions
Diabolical is the latest gamebook from Choice of Games and it puts you in the mustache-twirling shoes of an arch-villain. I'm not talking about a Batman style villain who sets his sights merely on destroying Gotham or killing The Bat, no, I'm talking about...
The Spanish translation will read, "Goooooooooooaaaaaaaaaalllll!!!!"
Earlier this week I kind of lost my mind when I stumbled across the wonder that is Tin Man Games reimagining of the Fighting Fantasy gamebook, Warlock of Firetop Mountain. My excitement hasn't abated, and I fear that most of you are...