Digital and analog games aren’t that far apart and are sometimes really much alike in theme (and also in gameplay, sort of). So we have some tips if you love one of the listed games above! If you like Kitchen Rush, you’re bound to like the digital game Overcooked. It’s a hilarious frantic co-op game in which you have to prepare and serve meals as fast as possible! … Oh wait, that’s the same as Kitchen Rush, right? Correct, only without sand timers and more fire! 😉 If you like Junk Art: try Tricky Towers, a great Tetris stacking game… with physics! And if you like the never-ending storyline of Gloomhaven, Divinity is right up your alley with about 100 hours of gameplay. And you get to talk with cats and other animals.
So our BGG Secret Santa gifts have arrived, but we won’t be able to pick them up until tonight! Exciting! We can’t wait to see what we got! 😀
Thanks for featuring Junk Art!
It’s such a great game! Thank you for unleashing the awesomeness that is Junk Art upon the world!
Yomi vs. Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo
Codex vs. Warcraft III
Puzzle Strike vs. Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo
Pixel Tactics vs. Final Fantasy Tactics
Battlestations / FTL
Space Cadets / Puzzle Pirates
The King’s Armory / Defender’s Quest
Thunderstone / Guild of Dungeoneering
Big Book of Madness / Magicka
Dungeon Lords / Dungeon Keeper
Agricola / Harvest Moon
Civilization and Civilization
…too easy? Okay.
Last Friday and Friday the 13th The Game
Oh, also: Arkham/Eldritch Horror and The Consuming Shadow. The creator even explicitly named Arkham Horror as an inspiration