I realised I haven’t actually done a game review for a while but I love the Rusty Lake series and so when the new one came out I had to play it.
Rusty Lake Cube Escape Paradox is the tenth in the cube escape series and the first chapter is completely free with the option of paying £1.99 to get the second chapter. It doesn’t need the second chapter, it could stop after the first, but it does tie a few loose ends together for the entire series. You also don’t need to know the previous games but you do find yourself recognising scenes or characters popping up from the previous nine, even the ones that seem unrelated so I think it’s a good idea to play some of the games first, I’ve listed the ones I think are the most relevant further down.
I was going to call this a board game haul but it’s all card games, and I’m also not sure if you can class three games as a haul but I’ll go with it.
Until recently we’ve had about six or seven board games we play regularly and, as we’ve recently started to play games most nights rather than go and watch TV, I decided to try and introduce some more basic and easy to play tabletop games. It started with Ticket to Ride and Mystery at the Abbey but as they’re both longer games I saw a few card games and decided to take the plunge and get them after seeing two of them played by YouTubers I like so I know what to expect.
They arrived yesterday and we’ve had a few goes at them, they’re all very quick games even with the three rounds on two of them, so I thought I’d include mini reviews on each, I could do a more detailed one on any of them if you’re interested though. The games I got were Exoloding Kittens, Love Letter and Sushi Go! None of them are the most recent but they’re simple and I’m a sucker for nice art on games.