Tank battle Review
I wanted to put in a bunch of puns about tanks. But the secondary title of endless gunner makes those puns not work. So never mind.
Game: Tank Battle.
Developer: John Sturt.
Now here I would normally say lets jump in. I would have several sections talking
Amon Amarth Berserker – Review by Hannibal
I don’t really know what to write here. I got this album and wrote a review for it. So read it. Or don’t I guess.
Melodic Death Metal is where it is at. So check out this review for Amon Amarths latest.
Artist: Amon amarth.
The Valley by Whitechapel, Review by Hannibal.
Do you feel that. It is the darkness inside. It is poring from under your skin and will consume everything!
I don’t know if I have ever reviewed a death metal/Death core album here on the blog. But here we are.
I have to admit Whitechapel is
Trauma by I Prevail, Review by Hannibal.
Does any one else remember the cover of Taylor Swift this band did. Good me neither.
Music reviews are back bitches! This week it is the second album by American new metal outfit I Prevail.
Artist: I Prevail.
Released: The 29th
Ready to Roll- RPG Dice
You enter a dungeon. The first thing you see is. A dragon. What do you do? I take out my phone and roll these dice!
Look i’ll be honest I know there isn’t much to this app. But I thought I might review it anyway.
I have heard a few people ask what this app is
Major Smoke To Ground Control
I love me some space games, but sadly there hasn’t ever been many to choose from in the audio game world. New Horizons was recently released, and I jumped all over this one the day it came out. This is a big deal to me, sometimes I’ll wait months or years before finally trying a new game. Not this
Rory Boxing A Review by Hannibal
Violence is never the answer. Unless the question was what is fun in video games and some times in real life.
This review was suggested by Smoke and after playing this game it seemed like a fantastic game to review here on the Blog.
Game: Rory Boxing.
maybe I’m just too old
Lots of people know about RS Games. This was one of the first audio games I ever played a few years ago. Their development of new games has slowed down quite a bit, but recently they released two new games before Christmas. If you haven’t opened RS in awhile I’m going to review these
Where’s my stress ball?
I’m going to try and do more reviews this year and first up is monopoly planet by LimeBerry Software. We already have two versions of Monopoly put out by RS Games and QC. It’s time to see if this new release can compete with these two well established audio versions of the game.