Real life Police Officer Chris, investigates Chronicles of Crime to see if it is worth your time…
Hare and Tortoise is a slice of gaming history that still holds up well with other family boardgames today.
Unlock! Mystery Adventures is great fun for an evening’s play, with atmospheric gameplay and great artwork.
Chris reviews Peter Wichmann’s NMBR 9, an enjoyable tile-laying puzzle game for up to four players – perfect for when you have 20 minutes to spare.
Whitehall Mystery sees players hunting Jack the Ripper in a cut-down version of FFG’s Letters from Whitechapel.
HMS Dolores sees players salvaging treasure in a rock/paper/scissors format while battling the Prisoner’s Dilemma.
Mystic Vale provides an innovative twist on the deck-building genre with a card-sleeving method, but a lack of player interaction hampers it.
This pocket-sized game is a masterpiece of demonstrating how simple mechanics can still make for a great time.