Ruins of the Dwarven Delve

By Gozuja Ruins of the Dwarvern Delve marks part II of Purple Duck Games‘ dungeoneering through their labyrinthine lair: the Purple Mountain; serving as either a standalone romp or the awaited continuation of the Temple of the Locust Lord, this time the torch has been taken up by David Nicholas Ross as the mega-dungeon continues. […]

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 37 – X610Z: On the Ruins of Chaos

In this, bit later than usual, episode we have got a good for you.

Mark and I go head to head to discuss if Games Workshop is a good business or not. I don’t think they are a good business because they don’t do enough from a business point of view, and for their licensed products in general (not to mention their lack of contact with the general public). I don’t think they are bad, but they are not good either. Mark says they are because they make money and thus they do what they’re supposed to. But what do you think?

Unboxing X610Z: On the Ruins of Chaos

This video is not a review of the gameplay, but a review of the game components, the quality and the looks. This is to help you decide if your money will be better spent elsewhere or if this game is what you should be adding to your shelf

Ruins Perilous – Ruined Guardhouse

To adequately review a file from the “Ruins Perilous”-line, I first have to explain the interesting and ambitious business model the series utilizes: You donate a certain amount of money to the project. If you donate at least $3.00, you get the following in addition to the pdf

Ruins Perilous – Ruined Gate (level 1, Room 2)

To adequately review a file from the “Ruins Perilous”-line, I first have to explain the interesting and ambitious business model the series utilizes: You donate a certain amount of money to the project. If you donate at least $3.00, you get the following in addition to the pdf

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