Community roundup #2

It’s time to share that love again as we take a look at some of the lovely content created by our fellow word press community or the gaming community in general.

Our community roundup is a new feature, that aims to share out some of the great content we have read in games over the last week. So if you you find something that you think is really great, be it a review, guide or even just a thought piece, ping it over to @GSRR_UK.

Appreciating the Game Boy, Thirty Years Later

https://www.kotaku.co.uk/2019/04/22/appreciating-the-game-boy-thirty-years-later

Probably one of the first pieces of gaming tech I ever owned, the gameboy has turned 30 years old and Heather Alexandra reminisces about her realist memories of the legendary handheld console.

TBT – Rollercoaster Tycoon

Another trip down memory lane as the Bandicoot Warrior revisits Rollercoaster Tycoon. It was a personal favourite of mine and it’s great to see it pop up again.

The rarest PS4 game is called Poop Slinger – and it supposedly bankrupted a company

https://www.vg247.com/2019/04/24/rarest-ps4-game-poop-slinger/

Ever heard of Poop Slinger? Well apparently it’s the PS4’s rarest game and Ryan Brown gives us some insight about how it apparently bankrupted a company!

Seafall First Impressions – Ships, Sailors, and Sinking

https://startyourmeeples.com/2019/04/24/seafall-first-impressions-ships-sailors-and-sinking/

Luke over at Start Your Meeples has been getting stuck in to the opinion splitting legacy game Seafall and gives us his first impressions of the ship sailing, adventure seeking board game.

TROUBLE IN TRÜBERBROOK

https://laterlevels.com/2019/04/22/trouble-in-truberbrook/

Long time blogger friend Kim over at Later Levels has been giving her thoughts on the stunningly pretty Truberbrook after backing it on Kickstarter way back in 2017.

Thanks for reading

Got anything good you’d like to share with us? Then either let us know in the comments or find us on twitter @GSRR_Uk.

Oh, one last thing. The featured image for this article gives a little tease about what’s coming after our recent planning/development sessions, but I’ll let you speculate as to what it is.

-Will

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