Feather for Nintendo Switch – The Review

Flying high and serene with FeatherChill to ambient music and relax to fluid moves of a bird BY ROBIN BATES Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Pin0 Feather title Review Summary Game: FeatherPublisher: Samurai PunkPrice: £7.19 on SteamSummary: Play as a bird with responsive and fluid flight controlsA vast island for you to explore Rating:  Feather Feather is a serene game about exploration and immersion in a beautiful …

Techwars Global Conflict – The Review

Be a fully trained and slightly frustrated mecha pilot Tech Wars: Global Conflict BY ADAM SMITH Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Pin0 Review Summary Game: Techwars – Global ConfictPublisher: Black Sun Game PublishingPrice: Free to play, pay for premium in-gameSummary: TechWars: Global Conflict is the world’s first isometric MMO mecha-action with direct control. Only the strongest player will be able to win in this war of …

Making Your First Twitch Stream With Paranerdnicky

News! Paranerdnicky will be streaming for charity, for the Millions Missing campaign for ME Action, all of next month (May 2019)! She’ll be streaming a mix of things such as Scribblio, Marbles, Soulworker, just chatting, etc… check her out and support her on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/paranerdnicky   If You’re A Twitch Noob, Paranerdnicky Will Show You How! As a follow up …

Arcade Spirits – The Review

Navigate life, love, friendship and work in Arcade SpiritsThis sassy game will win you over with intriguing plot twists and unique characters BY AMANDA LEEK Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Pin0 Review Summary Product Name: Arcade SpiritsPublisher: PQubePrice: £15.49 – SteamSummary: This sassy game of life and choices lifted my (arcade) spirits.  Rating:  Arcade Spirits Arcade Spirits is a romantic visual novel that follows an alternative timeline …

Super Versus: The Review

Always in combat with Super Versus (Steam)Superman or moistflan? BY NATHAN LUCKING, MARCH 11, 2019 11:00 AM Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Pin0 Review Summary Game: Super VersusPublisher: SUPER VERSUS INCPrice: Free to play – SteamSummary: A free to play, fun, mechanical combat system, currently let down by a lack of players. Rating:  Get Super Versus for Free! How do you go about review a multiplayer …

Textorcist: Renegade Priest Is The Right Type

Textorcist: The Basics You might think that you’re not into typing games – but you might feel differently when you’re typing Latin prayers to exorcise a common criminal of demons. Ray Bibbia is a renegade priest – the bad cop of Vatican City. He and the church have separated thanks to “artistic differences”, but this Private Exorcist still works around …

Convention Survival Guide: Glasgow Games Festival

Glasgow Games Festival: What is it? A day of open board gaming in city centre Glasgow with demos, traders and a games library, with just under 400 attendees. It has been operating for a couple of years, and has a website: http://www.glasgowgamesfestival.com/   Glasgow Games Festival: When is it? The 2019 dates haven’t been announced yet. The last one was Saturday 17th …

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Suicide Guy Review (Steam)

Puzzle your way to death with Suicide GuyContent warning: suicide, described in tasteless, humorous terms. BY MATT TIERNAN Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Pin0 Review Summary Game: Suicide Guy Publisher: Chubby PixelPrice: Steam – £3.99  Playstation – 4.49 euros Nintendo Switch – 7.99 euros ​Summary: Suicide Guy is that wonderful experience transformed into a puzzle platformer, split into just over 24 levels of varying difficulty. Each one has the same …

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Flashy Stuff Is Not For Everyone: The Science Of PSE (Photosensitive Epilepsy)

I would wager that if you are here on Coaching for Geeks, you probably dabble in gaming. Yet for some of our incredible community this can come with some dangers, so today we are going to take a bit of a dive into photosensitive epilepsy (PSE). The histories, causes, triggers, management of PSE, and of course, try to look at …

Designing Your Dungeons & Dragons Encounters with James Gifford

James Gifford, author and illustrator of Dungeon Diaries, returns to improve your Dungeons and Dragons encounters (also applicable to any tabletop roleplaying game PATHFINDER FOR LIFE! – Ed: Robin) ENHANCING YOUR DUNGEONS & DRAGONS ENCOUNTERS Back when I was a baby goblin, I used to play Dungeon Crawler game like Torchlight and Dungeon Siege. I remember thinking they were the …

The WHO Classifies A Gaming Disorder. Here’s What That Means.

  Gaming Addiction: What’s The Problem?   Robert House, the Coaching for Geeks health correspondent, talks about the evidence behind the WHO’s recent classification of a Gaming Disorder. Today I want to talk to you about the World Health Organisation (WHO) classifying gaming as a disorder. I wanted to let the heat die off a little and start a conversation …

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Werewolf: Live! Review

Werewolves of London, Edinburgh, and Beyond: Live (The Review) Dawn breaks at the quiet little village (which the audience just named, and used something related to the heat rather than a dick joke) and all is peaceful… At least until the latest victim of the werewolf attacks is discovered, torn to pieces, blood and viscera all over the walls. Someone …

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Who Am I? My Hero’s Journey With RPG Tabletop Gaming

Who Am I To Be Writing About Turning Geeks Into Superheroes Through Tabletop RPGs?   When I started writing articles for Coaching for Geeks, I decided I wanted to continue with an article about helping folks bring out their own gaming superheroes. But I think it’s worth talking about me and where I’m at, so that you get a better …

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How To Not Be The Villain In A Tabletop Game

  Here at Coaching for Geeks, our tagline is “Turning geeks into superheroes.”  Of all the geeky pastimes out there, probably the most geeky is the hobby of tabletop roleplaying games. From the publishing of the first and most venerable RPG rule set, Dungeons & Dragons, in the seventies to the recent explosion of live-streamed and podcasted sessions of games …