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De by the main character to the rapport with the characters you meet. The writers do a great job of keeping you interested and on your toes throughout the entire storyline. Sarah Jacobsson PurewaliOS games are supposed to be time-wasters: digital trinkets to distract and amuse for a few commutes. Not Sword Sworcery EP, an ambitious, gorgeous and sonically impressive action title. The game feels like 1990s-era Zelda re-imagined as a point-and-click adventure, but it’s so much more. The cryptic, foreboding dialogue and the fact that the game world is affected by the real world’s lunar phases make the puzzles a real challenge, but tight social networking integration allows you to offer and receive guidance; and every step forward feels like a genuine accomplishment.

An utterly unique experience. David WolinskyThis ambitious roleplaying game is essentially an algorithmically generated text adventure – think classic space trading game Elite crossed with a Choose Your Own Adventure book. The premise is that humanity has scattered across distant galaxies, and you’re armed with a ship kitted out with alien tech. This enables you to belt along faster than the speed of light… but only to the centre of the galaxy.

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The game largely involves hopping from planet to planet, trading goods, learning a little more about the history of the mysterious technology you’re using, and figuring out how to swell your coffers by way of exploration, investigation, and not getting blown to pieces by pirates. The algorithmic nature of Voyageur means you’re often confronted with similar scenarios and descriptions; and the interface is never more than a few buttons to prod. But even when glossing over the text and simply continuing on your journey into the unknown, Voyageur proves compelling – not least when you do start chipping away at the underlying story. Craig GrannellTelltale’s point-and-click adventure series, based as much on the original Kirkman comic as on the AMC TV show, pretty much single-handedly brought the genre back to the mainstream.

Multiple short episodes mean that it won’t take four hours to play through one sitting, and the ‘moral choice’ gameplay mechanic lets characters remember the actions you took in previous episodes, and treat you accordingly. It also features one of the greatest child characters in the history of, well, anything.

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Clementine is brave, resourceful, and heartbreakingly sweet, and is about as far away from the whiny, matricidal Carl as it’s possible to be. Both seasons are available on the App Store, and any fan of good storytelling should seek them out. Adam ShepherdA ‘Euro’ design from its head to its toes, Agricola is light on conflict (although not entirely devoid of it) and heavy on strategy. It’s a board game about farming.

Wake up at the back. In fact, despite that unthrilling description, Agricola is a bulletproof modern classic: a finely tuned killer of a game that will drag you in and never let go. It’s a worker placement: each member of your family gets to perform one action each turn, whether that is collecting a resource (wood, stone, livestock), building or renovating a room, putting up fences, ploughing or sowing the fields or (look away, grandma) ‘family growth’. But the various actions can each be performed only once per turn – hence the worry that an opponent will jump in ahead of you and grab whatever you need. You can’t die, but you’ll be amazed by how much it hurts if you fail to collect enough food for your family on one of the designated feeding phases (knowing when you can afford to expand the family is key to success) and shamefacedly pick up one or more point-docking begging cards. And getting your farm running smoothly, with the crops ripening and animated baby animals appearing at the proper time, is hugely satisfying.

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Simultaneously accessible enough for beginners (it’s consistently rated as a ‘gateway game’ for inducting newbies into the hobby) and deep enough that it’s still being played competitively 15 years after its release, Carcassonne has perhaps the broadest appeal of any board game available today. If every copy of Monopoly on the planet could be magically replaced by Carcassonne, the world would be a happier place. The game is all about using tiles to build a map. Each turn, a player draws a tile – which will be illustrated with parts of a city, abbeys, sections of road and green fields – and places it next to a compatible tile on the board. A city edge has to line up next to another city piece, and so on. You’ve each also got seven meeples, which are game pieces you can use to ‘claim’ one geographical feature that your tile forms a part of, and which hasn’t been claimed by any other player; you’ll then amass victory points based on how big that feature becomes. Say you put one of your meeples on a road, and other players add tiles to the road until it’s seven tiles long and closed off at both ends – at that point you’d collect seven points and get your meeple back. All of this probably sounds quite pedestrian, and it can certainly be played in a spirit of gentle co-operation.

But it’s much more fun with a bit of backstabbing. Rather than focusing on your own point acquisition strategy, for example, it’s often more productive to spend a turn or two deliberately arranging awkward configurations of tiles around your opponent’s features.

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And everybody loves the tactic known in my household as ‘horning in’: claiming a tiny city next to someone else’s big city, sneakily joining them up, and grabbing a load of points that someone else earned. With such a wonderful game to work with, you’d imagine that the devs had an easy job making this iOS adaptation a must-download (which it absolutely is, by the way). It does all the simple things well: the graphics are clear and richly colourful, the multiplayer modes are user-friendly and the AI computer players are decent and cover a nice range of difficulty levels.

And while £7.99 is on the high side for an iOS board game, the expansions are a snip – we’d recommend Traders Builders first, but Inns Cathedrals is a strong second choice. David PriceGraphically, this is a faithful rendition of Klaus Teuber’s superb and deservedly idolised tile-based island conquest game. Having the iPad handle those tiresome banking duties and victory point calculations makes things far more fast-paced than the board game, and you can view statistical tables at the end of the bout. The computer players can be absolute swines – they’ll merrily gang up on you in a way that most human players would consider beyond the pale – but hardcore gamers may even consider this a plus. And the original game is such a work of genius that this couldn’t help being great fun, even if it’s not the perfect iOS port. David PriceSome gamers (this one included) may be tempted into this digital board game adaptation because it carries the Dungeons Dragons name. But the truth is that the cosmetic trappings of high fantasy conceal a relatively dry ‘worker placement’ game that rewards careful play and long-term strategy rather than derring-do. It’s a terrific game, but don’t expect fast-moving action.

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You’re a lord: precisely which lord is determined by random chance, and kept secret from the other players. (The different lords get bonus points for fulfilling different objectives.

) And you’re a lord who doesn’t do anything he can get someone else to do for him. What you’ll be doing is recruiting adventurers – fighters, wizards, clerics and thieves, just like the characters in a game of D D – and sending them on quests. But within the game, these recruits are just coloured cubes, and their adventures appear as static images on cards. This isn’t about the glory of adventures so much as the logistics of organising them. “Why yes, I would love to clear out the temple of the spider queen. I just need one more white cube – I mean cleric – and two more gold coins.”But it’s still gripping, because you’re all competing to send your agents to a limited number of buildings where recruits can be found, and desperately trying to get your hands on the resources you need. At the start there’s one building that spits out fighters, one that spits out wizards and so on, and once a building has a player’s agent inside, it can’t be used by anyone else for the rest of the turn: so every move counts.

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(You can also buy new buildings of your own, expanding the range of options. If someone else uses your building, you get a sweet fee.)Lords of Waterdeep is a fine, mentally taxing, intensely competitive game. It’s just that, for all its D D branding, at times it can feel a bit abstract.

And if you’re okay with that, you’ll love it. David PriceGalaxy Trucker is divided into two phases. In the first, the players compete – with one another and with a timer – to snatch cards (which when flipped reveal guns, storage tanks, engines and other spacecraft components) from a central pile and add them to the growing, ramshackle vessel in front of them. It’s a bit like Carcassonne with a gun to your head. There are optimal positions for the various types of card and you need to make their connectors line up as neatly as possible (because bare connectors make your vehicle more prone to damage).

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But the limited pool of cards – and the shortage of time as your opponents constantly take the items you need – force you into compromises. Generally everyone ends up with a massive bodge job. In the second phase, which is much

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