Not even in games can we take someone’s word for granted. Danger lurks in every corner and staunch allies may become dangerous enemies a couple turns down the line. What drives our fellow players to turn against us? In this guide, I’ll explain how backstabs work and why they are not as scary as they seem.
Strategy and guides for your favourite games by critic Erik Twice. Learn how to improve as a player and how to beat even the toughest competitors.
One of my favourite parts of Terraforming Mars is the solo variant. While not as good as the multiplayer game, I like the challenge of tackling the Red Planet all by myself. In this guide, I’ll share advice on how to tackle the solo game and make it easier for you to win.
In most games, going straight for victory points is a poor strategy. In this guide, I’ll explain in detail why it’s such a bad idea and why developing your economy first gives much better results.
The challenging combination of deduction and text-based worldbuilding make Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective unique. So much so, that it can be difficult to play it well! In this guide, I’ll explain how to get the most out of the game, starting with your first play.
Doing well at Terraforming Mars seems daunting at first. While not a terribly complex game, the amount of cards and resources can overwhelm a beginner. In this guide, I’ll explain how to tackle the different aspects of the game, from terraforming to which cards to buy.