Opinion

Preview: Battle Blakes

Battle Blakes is the 90s stoner cult film come aggressive combat card game that we’ve all been waiting for. Wait, that’s totally not a thing. Well, too bad! Because that is what Battle Blakes is, and if the world is not ready for that, then it’s already too late. Battle Blakes is a competitive card game and has, by far, one of the wackiest backstories that I’ve ever encountered. The game centres o...[Read More]

Preview: The Game Quantum

Friday will see the iOS release of The Game Quantum, a science-themed, turn based strategy mobile game from developer Pixel Drop. Featuring both online and local versus modes, The Game Quantum sees players deploy electrons to atoms, causing chain reactions that help the player take control of more of the board than their opponent. The main space of the game features a 4 x7 grid of empty grey dots....[Read More]

Palaver – What gaming term do you like/dislike/are confused by?

Welcome to “Palaver” – a monthly discussion where the Another Dungeon team answer a question presented to them. If you have a burning question you’d like to ask you can post a comment below or send us an email. This month, we answer the grand question of: What gaming term do you like/dislike/are confused by? DAVE I really dislike the terms “casual”, “core”, and “hardc...[Read More]

Video Games – Digital vs Physical Distribution

As we move into an increasingly digital world, it’s worthwhile to take stock of what is occurring in the realm of this hobby we call gaming. With the recent release of the IGEA report regarding the sales of computer game-related items in Australia, I figured it was time to take a look at how we access video games in Australia – whether it be via brick and mortar stores, or digitally. Let’s begin w...[Read More]

Dave’s Essential Phone Games – Part 4 of 4 (The Remainder)

Mobile games are fantastic. Over the years the mobile gaming industry has grown to the point where it has both the technology and the base market to provide a wonderful mix of titles. Whether you like light,  time filler experiences or fully fledged, engrossing titles, there’s bound to be something for you! In this series I aim to provide you with a list detailing some of my favourite mobile...[Read More]

Dave’s Essential Phone Games – Part 3 of 4 (Virtual Tabletop and Simulation)

Mobile games are fantastic. Over the years the mobile gaming industry has grown to the point where it has both the technology and the base market to provide a wonderful mix of titles. Whether you like light,  time filler experiences or fully fledged, engrossing titles, there’s bound to be something for you! In this series I aim to provide you with a list detailing some of my favourite mobile...[Read More]

Kickstarter Creed – Nothing is certain, many things are permitted

If you’re a budding entrepreneur, have an idea for a board game you’d like to make, or have some other project and just need some money to get it off the ground, Kickstarter is the most popular platform to get your project noticed, and hopefully backed. Founded in 2009, Kickstarter has funded nearly 100,000 projects successfully, totalling just over two billion dollars pledged by backers. Everyday...[Read More]

Dave’s Essential Phone Games – Part 2 of 4 (Racing and Puzzle)

Mobile games are fantastic. Over the years the mobile gaming industry has grown to the point where it has both the technology and the base market to provide a wonderful mix of titles. Whether you like light,  time filler experiences or fully fledged, engrossing titles, there’s bound to be something for you! In this series I aim to provide you with a list detailing some of my favourite mobile...[Read More]

Dave’s Essential Phone Games – Part 1 of 4 (Strategy, Runners, and Tower Defence)

Mobile games are fantastic. Over the years the mobile gaming industry has grown to the point where it has both the technology and the base market to provide a wonderful mix of titles. Whether you like light,  time filler experiences or fully fledged, engrossing titles, there’s bound to be something for you! In this series I aim to provide you with a list detailing some of my favourite mobile...[Read More]

Palaver – What is the Best Game of 2015?

Welcome to “Palaver” – a monthly discussion where the Another Dungeon team answer a question presented to them. If you have a burning question you’d like to ask you can post a comment below or send us an email. This month, we answer the grand question of: ‘What is the Best Game of 2015? Andrew: When I look back at 2015, it’s clear that I certainly played a lot more games in 2015 than I usual...[Read More]

Games Tim played from 2015

It has been said many times that all I play are shooters. This list proves Andy wrong. Here’s all the games I played whose release year was 2015 VIDEO GAMES Citizens of earth Dying Light Mighty quest for epic loot Resident Evil Revelations 2 Helldivers Zombie Army Trilogy Battlefield Hardline Mario Party 10 Bloodborne Neverwinter – XBONE Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the first sin State of ...[Read More]

Palaver – What is the longest time you’ve played a game for?

Welcome to “Palaver” – a monthly discussion where the Another Dungeon team answer a question presented to them. If you have a burning question you’d like to ask you can post a comment below or send us an email. This months question is: What is the longest time you’ve played a game for? Amelia: This question is hard for me to answer. These days Steam and modern consoles keep track of roughly ...[Read More]

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