If you’re after a neat little adventure that you can enjoy with no effort at all, then The Mystery of Woolley Mountain is one that deserves a place on your Switch.
Back in 1997, there was one game that caught my attention above all others and had me, and several of my friends, hooked for weeks. That game was Micro Machines V3, the classic table top racer that had players putting microscopic and wacky racers around table tops and the like all for our amusement. Now though, all these years later, we have Table Top Racing: World Tour, but can it capture that micro magic that we previously loved, or will it sit in slumber in the shadows of the mighty Micro Machines?
I love zombie themed adventures. Be it movies, TV, games or books, if it’s got zombies included then chances are I’ll be keen to get stuck in and listen to the tales of how it all went to hell. That said, it is a bit of a saturated genre, and to be a memorable and positive addition these days you have to go beyond the usual gameplay tropes to deliver something spectacular. Does the seemingly self-critical Yet Another Zombie Defense HD on Nintendo Switch have what it takes to do just that?