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About David Temple

I started covering games for iOS in 2013, and made the Switch to Nintendo (you see what I did there) in 2019. I enjoy tabletop, mobile, and console gaming—just about anything which can provide a little diversion, a brain teaser, or an adventure. A little play every day can be good for you. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.
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Review: Foodtruck Arena (Nintendo Switch)
5
3 weeks ago

Review: Foodtruck Arena (Nintendo Switch)

Hey there foodies, we have a new game for you: Foodtruck Arena. Unfortunately, you don’t get to actually eat the food because the trucks are too busy playing automobile soccer.
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Review: Cosmic Top Secret (Nintendo Switch)
8
3 weeks ago

Review: Cosmic Top Secret (Nintendo Switch)

Cosmic Top Secret is a fun adventure/puzzle game. The odd presentation may strike some as just being weird, but I think it’s quirky enough to be both different and engaging.
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Review: Fire: Ungh’s Quest (Nintendo Switch)
7
1 month ago

Review: Fire: Ungh’s Quest (Nintendo Switch)

Fire: Ungh’s Quest is the story of our hapless hero, Ungh. On his first night watch, all he had to do was make sure the campfire didn’t go out. Too bad he fell asleep and let the fire die. Now, Ungh has to get out there in the world and figure out the secret of fire before he can go home.
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Review: Space Commander: War and Trade (Nintendo Switch)
6
2 months ago

Review: Space Commander: War and Trade (Nintendo Switch)

When I got word the next title in the review queue was Space Commander: War and Trade, I was optimistic. After playing this space-sim action/RPG for a while, however, that optimism turned to…meh.
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Review: Vaporum: Lockdown (Nintendo Switch)
7.5
3 months ago

Review: Vaporum: Lockdown (Nintendo Switch)

As a grid-based, first-person, action/adventure RPG, Vaporum: Lockdown offers plenty of gameplay elements to keep you busy. But do they all come together well in this prequel to Vaporum? Let’s turn on some lights and try to find out.
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Review: Rip Them Off (Nintendo Switch)
6.5
3 months ago

Review: Rip Them Off (Nintendo Switch)

When I first took this review, all I knew was the title: Rip Them Off. I wondered what it would really be about; surely, it wouldn’t be as obvious as it seems. Well, it is that obvious. It’s also a good, unique tower defense game with a comically cynical viewpoint.
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Review: Faircroft’s Antiques: Home for Christmas Collector’s Edition (Nintendo Switch)
7
4 months ago

Review: Faircroft’s Antiques: Home for Christmas Collector’s Edition (Nintendo Switch)

Faircroft’s Antiques: Home for Christmas Collector’s Edition is a hidden-objects game with a Christmas theme. Even if it isn’t actually Christmas time, we can all use a little more of the Christmas spirit these days.
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Review: Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV: Diplomacy and Strategy Expansion Pack (Nintendo Switch)
8.5
4 months ago

Review: Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV: Diplomacy and Strategy Expansion Pack (Nintendo Switch)

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV is a grand strategy game which can almost be called a civilization sim. Does its deep complexity hold up on the Nintendo Switch?
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Review: Disjunction (Nintendo Switch)
8
5 months ago

Review: Disjunction (Nintendo Switch)

Welcome to the slightly dysfunctional blending of New York and Central City. In the not-too-distant future, things are so bad that Central Park has been turned into a self-governing entity. But hey, it’s not all bad; at least there are still drug deals and murders to investigate.
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Review: Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest (Nintendo Switch)
6.5
6 months ago

Review: Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest (Nintendo Switch)

Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of The Forest is presented as something of a cross between a classic tabletop RPG and a “choose your own adventure” graphic novel. It’s a format that works pretty well, but it’s over far too soon.
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Review: Kingdom Tales 2 (Nintendo Switch)
7
6 months ago

Review: Kingdom Tales 2 (Nintendo Switch)

In Kingdom Tales 2, you are a young man on a journey to prove you’re worthy of being considered a suitor to the princess. The flavor in this installment leans to a more Nordic/Viking vibe, but is that enough of a difference to make it a worthy follow-up?
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Review: Kingdom Tales (Nintendo Switch)
7
6 months ago

Review: Kingdom Tales (Nintendo Switch)

Kingdom Tales is another in a long line of resource management sims from Ocean Media. It’s also the first of two Kingdom Tales titles available for Nintendo Switch. This repetition is not necessarily a bad thing, however, so let’s get to some details.
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Review: DungeonTop (Nintendo Switch)
8.5
6 months ago

Review: DungeonTop (Nintendo Switch)

Grab your deck; it’s time to take another dungeon dive with DungeonTop. This game is easily recognized as a computerized, deck-building version of a classic, turn-based D&D game. I do like the whole D&D genre for a bit of escapist fun, so let’s get right to the game, shall we?
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Review: SYNTHETIK: Ultimate (Nintendo Switch)
7
7 months ago

Review: SYNTHETIK: Ultimate (Nintendo Switch)

If you like running around shooting things, have got a game for you. SYNTHETIK: Ultimate offers several levels of shooting everything which moves, and trying to not die while doing it. But is the Switch port of this free-to-play PC game worth the price?
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Review: Star Renegades (Nintendo Switch)
8
7 months ago

Review: Star Renegades (Nintendo Switch)

Your name is Wynn Syphex. You are wielding a truly massive sword. You will need it to fight your way through a lot of bad guys so you can get help to carry on the fight to save the universe from the Imperium. But you are not alone.
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Review: Unhatched (Nintendo Switch)
6.5
7 months ago

Review: Unhatched (Nintendo Switch)

Unhatched is billed as a Puzzle Adventure Card Game, and that is fairly accurate. There are cards involved, the story is an adventure tale, and winning each round is more like solving a puzzle. Fair enough.
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Review: Ramp Car Jumping (Nintendo Switch)
4
8 months ago

Review: Ramp Car Jumping (Nintendo Switch)

The name of this game leaves nothing to the imagination; it’s cars on ramps, jumping. Ramp Car Jumping really is a very basic game that’s fraught with issues, but it holds a glimmer of hope for our gaming friends who want to have a little fun being silly.
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Review: Tennis World Tour 2 (Nintendo Switch)
6
8 months ago

Review: Tennis World Tour 2 (Nintendo Switch)

Big Ant Studios brings big tennis to the Switch. And by big, I mean you get to use avatars of big names like Federer, Nadal, and a few dozen others. You also get to make your own avatar so you can join the game (and get beaten badly by the pros). After that, it gets a little less inspiring.
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