I'm slightly torn between it looking awesome and the feeling that a digital version of something should just take full advantage of that medium. Not existential crisis level of torn, though.
Do you get annoyed by cutscenes in video games that contain characters not explained? Felicity does and it sounds like another of Felicity's Daydreams.
I like to think the cafe belonged to the GM's aunt and uncle, who let them use a big booth for a few hours on quiet evenings on the condition everyone buys a drink while they're there.
We aren't sure what Felicity has been reading, watching or experiencing lately but the latest Felicity's Daydreams takes us to a deserted island.
The descriptions on board games are great, and you always have to translate it to something that's going to sit flat on a table and use cards or something. But dang do they try and make it
More of Felicity's Daydreams while she was on holiday. This time while relaxing at her sister's bush property. How to stay entertained?
Felicity is still on holidays and running out of games to keep her entertained. While looking across the field she had another of Felicity's Daydreams.
Felicity is going on holiday. She needed to pack a bunch of things, including board games. Naturally her minds wandered to another of Felicity's Daydreams.
Semi-based on a true story where I got my kid’s friend to actually look up from the tablet for five minutes by having miraculously procured (i.e. bought from a store) a board game based on the videogame
"NOT. THAT. KIND. OF. ROLE. PLAYING."