Have you ever wanted to be in an episode of Scooby-Doo? How about reliving one of those cheesy 80’s horror movies? Well, do I have an adventure for you! But first, we should probably do something about that locked front door…
Well, it’s official, after nearly a decade of knowing about it, hearing about it, and dreading it, I finally cracked and gave Twilight Imperium a try. Haven’t played it yet? Let me encourage you. Haven’t read about it? Let me be the first to warn you. Haven’t heard of it? Continue Reading
Ryan Laukat with Red Raven Games is becoming quite the name is board game design. Islebound and Near and Far are respectable games in the community, but the newer installment, Above and Below, has made a much larger splash than the previous games, for good reasons. Read on to see how this Continue Reading
Welcome back to Tabletop Tuesday, I’m Nate and this week’s post is going to be a bit different. Most of my board game posts are a description and light review of play. This time I’d like to discuss more of a style of board game than an actual game itself: Continue Reading
Aqua Sphere is not a game for everyone. A colorful, imaginative, clever new take on a strategy board game, Aqua Sphere uses unique game mechanics, multiple play boards, and a whole lot of setup to create an experience you won’t forget, even if you wanted to. Not saying the game Continue Reading
Sometimes, a board game is simple, quick, and to the point; other times, they are complex epics that you spend hours strategizing over with a rulebook open and a wiki at hand. It’s rare to find those games that you can play in an hour that still offer a semblance of Continue Reading
Race for the Galaxy (RftG) is a game from Rio Grande Games that combines the strategies of a living card game (LCG) with those of an empire builder. Players “race” through the galaxy to be the first ones to build a tableau of developments and planets in order to outscore Continue Reading
Carcassonne has proven itself to be one of the greatest board games ever made. Millions of copies sold, nearly 20 expansions to add on, and fast strategic game play make Carcassonne a tough game to beat.
ARRR ye ready for a game of plundering and pillaging, brutes and scallywags, curses and daggers? Do ye enjoy sitting around the galley, talking like a pirate? Are ye a fan of the booty (No, not like that)? Well then matey, Libertalia may be the game for you.
Boss Monster is a card game releases by Brotherwise Games. Playable by 2-4 players and good for about 30 minutes of playtime, setup to teardown. Players ultimately lure heroes to their dungeon to collect souls while avoiding wounds by building up their defense. Simply put, Boss Monster is, at its Continue Reading