Aaron sets sail with a small deck of cards and a moderate amount of optimism in Pirates Outlaws from Fabled Games.
Aaron reviews the tile placement, set collecting, abstract strategy game The One-Hundred Torii from Pencil First Games.
Aaron reviews the fantasy-themed hand management focused card games Crazier Eights One Thousand & One Nights and Shahrzad from Recoculous.
Aaron gets a demo for Bullet, a shoot ’em up board game, via Tabletop Simulator from Joshua from Level99 Games.
Aaron learns how to play Charterstone: Digital Edition with help, and plenty of patience, from Suzanne from The Dice Tower and Salt&Sass.
Aaron does a Kickstarter preview/review of Masters of Charms from Brickhouse Games.
Aaron previews Cows in My Pants from Paodle Games.
Aaron punched things in the face successfully in Fight’n Rage because he didn’t become distracted by pixel physics.
Aaron platforms while coloring and doesn’t worry about staying in the lines in Newt One for the Nintendo Switch.
Aaron plays Sagrada on PC via Steam and no one calls him Mr. Glass.
Aaron reviews ToeShamBo from Zafty and still wonders why paper beats rock.
Aaron reviews Yes Broccoli! from Gangway Games and he may or may not always bet on green.
Aaron plays Bubble Bobble 4 Friends for the Nintendo Switch solo and things pop off.
Aaron spells words and attempts to create a masterpiece in his review of Coo Games’ Composition.
Aaron reviews Truck Off Roll and Write and and does his best to sell, sell, sell.
Aaron plays Mekorama for the Nintendo Switch and expresses how he feels about long walks and short walks.
Aaron makes many meals and enjoys the music in inbento for the Nintendo Switch.
Aaron uses every “ability” to his advantage in HayFever on the Nintendo Switch.
Aaron plays Touring Karts on PSVR the safest way he knows how.
Aaron dogfights with a trash-talking cat in Baron Fur is Gonna Fly on the Xbox One.
Mystic Vale is now on the Switch and Aaron is quite pleased.
Aaron plays the set-collecting card game Ogre Cheerleaders from Paw-Warrior Games and gives-it-a letter…sort of.
Aaron sees the signs and plays The Pedestrian on PC via Steam.
Aaron plays some Runner Heroes The Curse of Night and Day and brings a couple closer together(without touching) over and over.
Aaron talks about building, destroying, peace and Lookout Spiele’s Mandala.