Adjacent Hex #12 - I Want You to Write...A THEME!

Zach and Doug go deep on what makes a game thematically strong and how it impacts our decisions whether to play games or leave them at the store. The guys examine games that have strong themes and games that are weaker in theme and still well loved as well as games that are so mechanically strong that any theme can be applied to the game and gameplay remains memorable.

Featured Games this month:

 -Moon Quake Escape
 -Automania
 -Endeavour
 -Camp Grizzly
 -Clue
 -Command and Color System
 -Patchwork
 -Twilight Struggle

Your hosts are Zach Denoncour and Doug Osterhoudt
You can reach Zach on Twitter at @denonczd and Doug at @itsoktolaff
The Adjacent Hex e-mail account is adjacenthex@anotherletdown.com.
Catch us live on Twitch bi-weekly at twitch.tv/anotherletdown
 


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11/11/2016 11:18am

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06/30/2017 9:59pm

There are many factors that people consider when it comes to buying video games. It all depends on their personal preferences. There are people who buy games for the sole reason of entertainment. These people do not care much for the content as long as it is able to provide fun experience while playing it. And there are those people who do not just want entertainment out of playing games, but actually wants to learn something from it. Games like this one are usually categorized in educational games and are mostly bought by parents to be played by kids. My little cousin plays games from Barney where she learnt how to count from 1 to 100.

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