Reviews

Reaping the Rewards: ‘Half Truth’ from Richard Garfield and Ken Jennings

Richard Garfield and Ken Jennings have teamed up to create a trivia board game. Is it as good as its…

High-Tech Roborock Housekeeping Robots

Keeping your home clean with some high-tech hardware from Roborock that features big power in a small package.

Word Wednesday: ‘Match a Mummy’

'Match a Mummy' is a pairs game with a difference. Learn about life on the banks of the ancient Nile…

Review: ‘X-COM Chimera Squad’ Is the Latest Installment in the Popular Franchise

'X-COM Chimera Squad' is the latest installment of the 'X-COM' series in which players lead a team of agents to…

Warhammer Underworlds: Online

'Warhammer Underworlds: Online' is now fully live on Steam. It's an absorbing version of the greatest game Games Workshop has…

Build Your Subway in ‘Metro X: The Rail and Write Game’

Build your subway stations, set up transfer stations, and complete your tracks to score points in 'Metro X: The Rail and…

Anycubic Photon Zero 3D Printer Review

Anycubic releases a new resin 3D printer, the Photon Zero, that has everything printer enthusiasts have asked for in previous…

GeekDad Review: Havit RGB Gaming Mouse Pad

This gaming mouse pad costs under $24, but it offers an accurate gaming surface surrounded by a pulsing, USB-powered light…

Explore the NPS With ‘PARKS’

Visit, and celebrate, the National Parks with the gorgeous, fun boardgame 'Parks.'

Take Flight in ‘My Little Scythe: Pie in the Sky’

The legendary Airship Kai vanished into the far frontiers long ago—but now it has returned, along with Seekers from the…

Word Wednesday: ‘Frankissstein’ by Jeanette Winterson

Jeanette Winterson's 'Frankissstein' is an ambitious retelling of Mary Shelley's classic novel that succeeds on just about every level.

Tabletop Kickstarter Alert: Manage a Museum in ‘Curators’

Compete to build the most impressive museum in 'The Curators', now seeking funding on Kickstarter.

‘K&R’ by James Smythe: A COVID-19 Charity Novel

'K&R' is a chilling analysis of obsession and isolation. All profits from its sale will go directly to COVID-19 charities.

GeekDad Review: Braven BRV-XXL/2 Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Good news if you're looking for a big, powerful, and reasonably rugged Bluetooth speaker.

Review: ‘Basquiat: A Graphic Novel’ — The Artist, the Art, the Scene

Paolo Parisi tackles Basquiat's biography in comic form.

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: ‘The Oracle Dice Box’

Are you one of those gamers that collects dice? Do you have different sets for each RPG you play, with…

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: ‘Excavation Earth’

Alien explorers have discovered an uninhabited planet littered with artifacts of its former residents: Earth. Dig up these ancient relics…

Word Wednesday: Author Onjali Q. Raúf

We review Onjali Q. Raúf's pair of excellent children's novels that focus on difficult issues whilst remaining filled with empathy…

GeekDad Review: Jabra Elite Active 75t True Wireless Earbuds

Jabra's Elite Active 75t true wireless earbuds are a big leap forward with Bluetooth 5.0, stellar battery life, and a…

Get Out with CINEMOOD 360 (While Staying In)

The CINEMOOD 360 is the latest update to the amazing kid-friendly projector. Now putting 360-degree content in the palm of…

Social Media Fun With ‘What Do You Meme? Family Edition’

Screen-free game time inspired by social media: 'What Do You Meme?' is finally available in a family-friendly edition.

Word Wednesday: ‘The Breach’ by M.T. Hill

M.T. Hill's 'The Breach' is a slow burning urban horror that chills with its creeping sense of dread.

Sphero’s RVR Makes Robotic Tracks

Known for its spherical robots, Sphero rolls out an all-terrain hackable robot with a pair of treads designed for beginners…

The Longer Orange 30 3D Resin Printer Review

If you are thinking of getting into resin 3D printing, the Longer Orange 30 may be for you!

Word Wednesday “Echo Cycle” by Patrick Edwards

'Echo Cycle' is intriguing and compelling specualtive fiction, that tips its hat to Orwell whilst also taking its readers to…

Review- ′Usagi Yojimbo Color Classics #3: “Samurai, Part V and VI”

Where we learn how Usagi was auditioned for Lord Mifune and defended his home.

Texas Hold ’em Poker With Video Chat: The Social Distance Edition

'PokerFace' lets you play Texas Hold’em Poker with friends via live group video chat around a virtual Poker Table.

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: ‘Squire for Hire: Mystic Runes’

Travel through the mountains, collecting gear for your adventurer and packing it into your ever-expanding bag. Do you have what…

Upgrade Your RPG Game With the ‘Big Book of CYBERPUNK Battle Mats’

Sixty wipe-clean page maps will run you through the shadows of neon streets, murder alleys, bars, supermarkets, offices, and across…

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