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