Shotgun King: The Final Checkmate – Review

Shotgun King: The Final Checkmate – Review

Like millions of people around the world, I am terrible at chess. Without exaggeration, I don’t think I’ve ever won a single match, against a human or a computer. So, the fact that I can’t stop playing PUNKCAKE’s fast-paced chess roguelike Shotgun King, truly says a lot. I’m still pretty bad, don’t get me wrong. However, with upgrade cards, special abilities, and a freaking shotgun, that’s a chess experience I can get behind.

Roguelite Party – 10 Indie Turn-Based Roguelite Games to play right now – Part 1

Roguelite Party – 10 Indie Turn-Based Roguelite Games to play right now – Part 1

Nowadays it’s very hard to find free times to do something; work, family various duties takes all our time and maybe the idea of surfing a 40/80 hours RPG it’s scary. Fortunately, there is a category of games that goes under the Roguelite tag that can help us in our short and intense sessions in front of the monitor.

Indie Showcase – Keep an Eye On It 45 – RPGs, Roguelite, Roguelikes and Strategies – 2022

Indie Showcase – Keep an Eye On It 45 – RPGs, Roguelite, Roguelikes and Strategies – 2022

There’s nothing like a good board game, and digital adaptations make our favorite tabletop experiences more accessible than ever. In this edition of Keep An Eye On It, we’ll take a look at several games adapted from or inspired by their analog cousins. Nemesis Lockdown and Death Roads: Tournament bring some of the hottest new board games into the digital space, while Shotgun King: The Final Checkmate is a wonderfully irreverent take on chess.