• At Home Game

    Root of All Evil

    Review Game Description “A mysterious crate arrives on your doorstep packed with aged ephemera and artifacts. You are a character in this interactive-literature told through an old journal, newspaper clippings and other peculiar objects. Follow a newly ordained priest as he battles his demons – both real and imagined. Decode puzzles and solve the mystery surrounding an eerie tree on…

  • At Home Game

    Welcome Home

    Review Game Description “Journey into a ghost story as you unravel secrets, solve mysteries, listen in on phone conversations and enjoy a delicious dessert with this at-home immersive experience. Welcome to your new home! The moving van has just pulled away and a friendly welcome from your neighbors is waiting on your front porch. But something dark and sinister is…

  • At Home Game

    Taco Twosday

    Review Game Description “The world FBI (Flour Bureau of Investigation) and CIA (Corn Intelligence Agency) must join forces to stop the Guaca-mole!Designed for two teams to tackle together or remotely with 2-3 hours of teamwork!” Personal Experience I was looking for a fun two-player game to play over Zoom with my bestie, and happened upon this charming and fun looking…

  • At Home Game

    Deadbolt Mystery Society: The Inheritance

    Review Game Description “The McClains are one of the oldest and richest families in Valley Falls. So when the current patriarch of the family, Edison McClain, asks for your help and is willing to make it worth your time, how can you say no? Edison was planning on naming his heir and the next head of the family. So he…

  • At Home Game,  Subscription Game

    Scarlet Envelope: Newspaper: Intro to Mysteries

    Review Game Description “Something odd was delivered to your mailbox. The items in an envelope seem to be from different times…and worlds! Slowly you realize that a mysterious secret society is watching you as you try to pass this unusual test. Will you accept this challenge” Personal Experience I think it was inevitable that I was going to subscribe to…

  • At Home Game

    The Curious Stairs of Mr. Hincks

    Review Game Description “Inventor Stephen P. Hincks didn’t always have a magnificently curious elevator. Go back in time and meet a pre-elevator Hincks in this prequel game. Solve enigmas by pairing mysterious physical materials contained in this cryptic parcel with clues from the online interface. Verify solutions online as you climb the steps to the Hincks Hall of Fame.” Personal…

  • Escape Room,  Online Game

    Miss Jezebel Online

    Review Game Description “You are cordially invited to the residence of a killer, an assassin of men who’s showing no signs of stopping. Can you and your friends survive her ‘hospitality’ and collect all the evidence against her before this bizarre black widow traps you in her web for good? Come experience 60Out’s wildest, weirdest, and raunchiest adventure against the…

  • At Home Game

    Escape the Plagues

    Review Game Description “Level up your Passover experience with Escape the Plagues! This family-friendly exploration of our modern plagues will spark discussion about how we can truly escape and what it means to be free.” Personal Experience I read about this game over on Room Escape Artist and was really intrigued by the concept. While I’m not Jewish, I strongly…

  • At Home Game,  Subscription Game

    Society of Curiosities: A Strange Compass

    Review Game Description “There has been an interesting twist in the plot of Captain Madok.  While transporting the items from your last mission, our ground team happened across a false bottom in what we had thought was an empty chest. Inside was a note that suggests Madok may have made his way back to England.” Personal Experience As a newer…

  • Blog

    Unlocking Colorblind Friendly Game Design

    For those of you who read my Puzzle Game Reviews blog, you may have noticed that I try to call out if a game is colorblind-friendly or not. When a game isn’t, I also like to indicate in the review how well it can be worked around. As someone with colorblindness, this is very important to me and, I hope,…