Scarabya board game review & impressions – Video
Oct24

Scarabya board game review & impressions – Video

Here’s our Scarabya board game review and impressions. Scarabya is a new tile laying / area enclosure game from Blue Orange Games in which players head up an international archaeological team, searching the globe for golden scarabs. Want to know more? Check out the review above. If you’re after a new light (LIGHT) family style game, Scarabya might just be for you.

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Dice Hospital – TL;DR Review
Oct17

Dice Hospital – TL;DR Review

Dice Hospital sees players taking on the roles of hospital personnel (each with special abilities). Draft dice (patients), add them to your hospital, heal them via a simple dice number mechanic. As board games go this one is a must check out, a lot of light to mid-weight fun for 1-4 players. Great for veteran gamers and newcomers alike.

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Cat Lady – TL;DR Review
Oct17

Cat Lady – TL;DR Review

Cat Lady is a light card drafting / set collection game by Josh Wood (designer and artist). In Cat Lady players draft cards, trying to collect cats and the food needed to feed them. You can also collect toys, costumes and other items to gain additional points. Feed the most cats and collect the most stuff for your cats to win! A super easy game that will be great for families. Easy to learn teach and play! Highly recommend checking it...

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The Godfather: Corleone’s Empire – Written Review
Jul06

The Godfather: Corleone’s Empire – Written Review

Have you been looking high and low for a game where the tears of your enemies are as valuable as victory points? Have you had fantasies of Wall Street burning to the ground while the Hudson overflows with the bodies of other challenges? Are you the sort of gamer whose only measure of victory is the complete and utter annihilation of your opponents? People, let’s talk about the Godfather: Corleone’s Empire. Designed by Eric M. Lang and...

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Captain Sonar – Written Review
Jun07

Captain Sonar – Written Review

I have been on a party game thing of recently. I even made a video a short while ago exploring my favourite party games to date and promising that after I have done all my reviews I would relook at them and do another top 10… assuming doing so would have interesting changes to differentiate it from the original. At this stage, it is likely that I will not be making that video. While there are plenty of party games around few really...

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Hotshots – TL;DR Review
May09

Hotshots – TL;DR Review

Hotshots is a cooperative, press-your-luck firefighting game for 1 to 4 players. You take on the roles of wildfire fighters — crew boss, spotter, swamper, and sawyer — all with their own special abilities. Each turn players roll dice to deal with fires burning across the hexagonal tile landscape. Draw fire cards for various effects, including if the wind blows it in a certain direction, or embers take hold. Hotshots from Fireside...

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Fog of Love – Written Review
May05

Fog of Love – Written Review

Fog of Love is a two-player game where you are trying to manage life and a relationship. Not the most compelling of pitches I admit. Most people play games to get away from the complexity of life and relationships. However, I have found Fog of Love to be a surprising and wonderfully engaging game to play. Fog of Love is designed by first time designer Jacob Jaskov and published by Hush Hush Projects. Fog of Love is not a competitive...

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