Video reviews in seven minutes or less. Why less than seven minutes? Because whenever Tom or Molly open a review and see that it’s twenty-eight minutes long, they immediately close it. Too impatient. We have to move, people!
Why forensic gameology? Because you need the evidence to make a judgement. We’ll give you that evidence.
Molly, a scientist, retired from teaching high school forensic science. Her credentials include being awesome, editing videos, a BS in Biology, and hosting an annual board game charity convention.
Likes: Cooperative, dexterity, and party games, and light Ameritrash and Euros. Deck-building games are a favorite. Bear.
Dislikes: People taking too long on their turns, hidden-identity games, and anxiety-inducing games.
Tom, an artist, works in web development and e-book publishing. His credentials include a chocolately smooth voice, keeping up the website, and attending four game conventions a year.
Likes: Competitive board games, light Euros, light Ameritrash (thematic). Hidden-identity games are a favorite. Bear.
Dislikes: Speed-based dexterity games, or dexterity games in general. Party games.
We’d love to review your game, so send it on over.
Things of note:
- We do not guarantee positive reviews or ratings
- Generally, we play review games several times in order to be accurate
- We donate review copies to our local charity game conventions (libraries, auctions, and raffles)
- We do review prototypes, but prefer not to (because we donate the games as mentioned above, so we’d rather donate production copies)
- We do charge $200 for a Kickstarter preview
If you need your game to be reviewed by a certain deadline, be sure to send it to us with plenty of advance playing time.
If you’d like to send us a game to review, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.