Ever struggled to figure out who’s going to start a game? Do weird rules on how to select the first player annoy you? Have an Android phone? Then grab Select Who?
This free app is a fun and fast way to select the first player. All players simply place a finger on the phone, and after a countdown, the app randomly chooses one finger, and turns the circle under it purple, designating that player as first.
I would say more, but that’s all there is too it. This app simply works, and at a price point of FREE, why hesitate to give it a shot.
Hello and welcome to what I hope will be the first in an annual tradition: our top games lists. This particular list is not the best games that came out in 2013, but rather the games I enjoyed playing most in 2013. Also, this list is in no particular order. So let’s get to it.
Parade is a game that works well in almost any situation. I’ve played with my friends, with my parents, with strangers, and at our events, and had fun each time. High quality cards, wonderful artwork, and excellent mechanics that work well with two to six players.