Pathfinder Adventures… Cards on Computer

Well, I’m in the middle of washing my car when writing this.  But I guess its a good time.


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I picked up Pathfinder Adventures on Steam a few days ago.  A near £50 + card game for £15 (give or take a few pennies).

Now normally I am a card lover, I like the feel of playing a card game with cards, having them in hand means I can look at them when I need to, pick cards up and check wording, it feels intuitive.

Even so, I do believe computerised card games do have some benefits.

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Dark Souls – Two in One

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I was having a hard time deciding what to do… however I found that I struggled to decide exactly what I wanted to write.  There were too many ideas…


However I recently played Dark Souls the Board Game and it actually gave me two topics and I think that they are the most interesting; rules and rulebooks.  So we’ll start with Rulebooks.

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Fury of Dracula – The Nightmare of Not Knowing

The Fury of Dracula is a game of Cat and Mouse along the line of Letters of Whitechapel and Nuns on the Run,…

… and one that freaked me out…


Worst still I played it against my mother (1 on 1)… bad move on part because she was an expert of hide and seek; however it was an experience of playing with a hidden element.

And feeling you are solving nothing…

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Super Dungeon Explore / Super Dungeon Tactics

Sometimes, you miss a game on Steam because the steam library is so dense… this is one of them.


In 2011, there was a board game called Super Dungeon Explore based on retro 8/16-bit Japanese RPGs; where one player plays the fantasy enemies and the others play the heroes trying to defeat the enemy.

Five years on, Soda Pop Miniatures worked with Underbite Games to creates Super Dungeon Tactics; a strategy game based on the original game… yet there is something different from the original game.

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Pandemic Reign Of Cthulhu – When a Spin-Off surpasses the original

There’s a joke in our group saying… “slap Cthulhu on something and it becomes 100 times better.”


Not always true believe me… maybe it’s the other way; a game is successful and works so they add Cthulhu.

However a game that I’ve always had an “It’s OK” for has had it’s Cthulhu Spin Off and they have taken advantage of the change in the location to IMPROVE the formula.

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