Review: Cat Tower

As a cat lover there’s nothing I enjoy better than stacking my 42 cats. Sometimes I stack them in a really tall tower, which is good. Sometimes they fall over, and then you just have cats all over the place. Sometimes I stack some of the cats upside down, just because I want to. Some of my cats are really fat and lazy, and stacking them leads to all manner of unforeseen consequences. But as every cat lover knows, cats are notoriously resistant to being stacked, which makes cat stacking a difficult and time-consuming exercise.

Fortunately, I can now indulge my love of cat stacking with IDW’s Cat Tower.Read More »

Skull

Review: Skull

Once upon a time, the story goes, biker gangs elected new leaders by stringing candidates to the backs of motorbikes and seeing who could hold on longest. But more liberal-minded biker gangs thought that stringing people to the backs of motorbikes was maybe a bit draconian. So they created Skulls & Roses, the humane and less-chafing alternative to biker gang leadership elections. Plus, you could drink while playing. Today, Skulls & Roses is called Skull, and it comes packaged in a small, portable, rectangular box with colourful cards. But it’s still the same game.

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Review: Love Letter

Political intrigue is afoot in the fantasy world of Tempest. The king has imprisoned the queen for treason, the princess has locked herself away in her grief and in her tower (metaphorically and literally, respectively) and the empire is having a not-so-great time. Into these turbulent times come 2-4 opportunistic suitors who, in order to ease the princess’s suffering (for which read “seduce the princess in her moment of weakness”), are all vying to get their love letters into the hands of the palace’s most influential denizens.Read More »