And that’s a wrap on spooky games month! This is my favorite time of year because, while I am absolutely always down for some spooky-themed games, this is the time where others are most likely to indulge me and suggest some as well. I got to play a whole bunch of new games this month, some spooky, some non-spooky, and it was a great time overall! What’s your favorite spooky-themed game?
❤️ – Loved It/Definitely Want to Play More (I rate it a 9 – 10)
😄 – Liked It/Will Likely Play Again (I rate it a 7 – 8)
🤷🏻♀️ – Okay/Take It or Leave It/Could Play Again (I rate it a 4 – 6)
👎🏻 – Didn’t Like/Would Not Play Again (I rate it a 1 – 3)
🤷🏻♀️ Nightfall + Nightfall: Martial Law
🤷🏻♀️ Maximum Apocalypse + Maximum Apocalypse: Gothic Horrors – This was really close to coming in a little higher, but ultimately, it sits at about a 6 for me.
🤷🏻♀️ Rivet Wars: Eastern Front
👎🏻 Invader Zim: Adventure Bones – This … basically isn’t even a game…
😄 Unlock Short Adventures: In Pursuit of Cabrakan
😄 Unlock Short Adventures: Doo-Arann’s Dungeon
🤷🏻♀️ Agree to Disagree – I really wanted to like this a bit more, it’s a fun concept. But I just found it hard to explain the rules and, for a party game, it seemed a little hard to grasp for my not-so-gamery friends. Review coming soon!
😄 Unlock Short Adventures: Secret Recipes of Yore
😄 Night Parade of a Hundred Yokai
🤷🏻♀️ My Father’s Work – I think it’s a bit slow, and I don’t love a game that forces you to reset
😄 Decktective: Secrets in the Sand
🤷🏻♀️/😄 Faeries & Mythical Creatures – I’m kind of on the fence on this one. I like it quite a bit, but there seems to be a lot of ambiguity in cards/rules which can be frustrating
😄 Unlock Short Adventures: The Awakening of the Mummy
🤷🏻♀️Deckscape: Tokyo Blackout – One of my lower rated games in the series, there just seemed to be a few leaps in logic for me
😄 Unlock Short Adventures: The Secrets of the Octopus
🤷🏻♀️ Linkto Food – A neat twist on trivia, but it just seems like it has pretty limited replay value
👎🏻Kero – This just had way too much randomness for my taste