Nemo's War (Second Edition) Review | Gameosity
Ok, so I don't review many solitaire games. There are a handful that I do enjoy, but for the most part, I like my games social. That said, and to completely spoil this review from the get-go, I think Nemo's War is a truly excellent single player experience from end to hair-pullingly-difficult end. Rob: Wow, yeah, I had no idea this one would be such a winner for you. I knew that I wanted it the moment I looked at it, but you're usually so fussy about solo games. But I'm happy you like it, so let's take a look at what this game has submerged beneath... Andrew: Please don't, it's too soon for- Rob: ...its depths. Now, in all fairness, Nemo's War is not necessarily a solitaire game, despite the fact that it's how we primarily have played it, and we'll talk more about that in a bit. But for the moment, to describe the experience of gameplay, that's the view we're going to take. Just a heads-up. Nemo's War is, at first, an intimidatingly sweeping game. This second edition,