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Rob Covell 217 posts 7 comments
Rob is a teacher, a father, a husband and a gamer. He's been the latter for longer than the former 3 combined. Probably. He likes pretty much every genre, but puzzle platformers tend to upset his brain.
We dance to the rhythm in Floor Kids, an easy-to-play breakdancing game where timing and avoiding sick burns are the order of the day.
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The zombie apocalypse has arrived? No hope of rescue? Guess we should play a card game then.
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I didn't realise I wanted a game about managing an aircraft carrier until now.