Today we’ll look at the last part of “porting in” a strategy–testing out cards before you officially buy them! Here’s how to test a deck using both paper proxies and virtual proxies so you know what to buy!
Once you’ve decided to try an old favorite strategy in a new collectible game, you have to start searching the new game for cards (or pieces) that match up. Here’s an example of that kind of search!
Have you ever started a new collectible game and wished you could bring all your strategies in from another game? You can definitely do that, as this introductory post shows!
Playing defensively isn’t usually the way most gamers play to win–but, as this post will show you, defense and control can give you a thoroughly satisfying victory!
Casual gaming is often looked down on as an “inferior” form of gaming–at least by some competitive players. But here’s why I think casual gaming is just as much fun, if not more so!
In this insightful piece, I describe how games of any sort work our brain cells in new ways. Think games are a waste of time? Click the link and read–you might be surprised!
Today’s post is about the PuterDolls dressup game called “Swan Lake”, but there’s a twist: this game’s website disappeared in 2012, and I would love to be able to find this game again! Can you figure out where this game might have ended up, and solve this mystery?
Today’s gaming post discusses an overlooked part of City of Heroes strategy–Empowerment Buffs, specialized boosts for your character! (Even though City of Heroes is dormant for now, this article may yet come in handy 😉 )
I profiled this favorite (and addicting) little Flash game in 2011, but it’s still going strong! Learn more about Kaboom! behind the click!
Ever wondered WHY you play games (whether on a console, a computer, a phone, etc.)? There are 5 solid reasons why we as humans like to play games, behind the click!