Have ye heard the tale? A board game that wanders into town
at night searching for lost tokens. Collecting them. Adding them to its box. And
wandering off into the night? It is a tale as old as time, and yet no one has
seen this board game.
No one, that is, until now.
Continue reading “Did you see that in the woods just now? I think I saw the board game Cryptid.”
It’s that time of the week again. Where we look at the latest hotness arriving on the shelves, and on the Kickstarter front page.
Continue reading “Board Game News! – 08/05/2019”
Welcome back to the board game arena. Last time we saw Machi Koro and Space Base go at round for round. Today, the spotlight shines on two more games. The incumbent Diamant/Incan Gold versus the young, up and comer; Celestia!
Who will win? And who will push their luck too far?
Continue reading “Board Game Battle: Celestia vs Diamant”
This fortnight CMON dominates both the regular and Kickstarter news. But if you’re not into carrying around suitcases of minis, there’s plenty of other surprises to look forward to.
Continue reading “Board Game News! – 25/04/2019”
A couple of weeks ago, Ryan and Drew over at Sword, Board, and Pen put together a couple of lists of their Top 18 Spiel des Jahres Winners. It’s an interesting challenge, and great to read their thoughts.
There’s only one problem: both their lists are wrong.
Continue reading “Re: Top 18 Spiel des Jahres Winners”
I’ve never seen a crime scene like this before. Cards ripped in half and sprayed across the tiled living room floor. Dice smashed into small pieces. And the box ripped in two. The gruesome nature of the murder points to one thing.
A crime of passion.
Continue reading “Space Base or the Brutal and Calculated Murder of Machi Koro”
This week sees the return of Plaid Hat Games, a new Ryan Laukat reveal, and more than enough Kickstarters to leave your wallet begging for mercy.
Continue reading “Board Game News! – 10/04/2019”
Have you seen the Tuxedo Mask meme? The one where he says to
Sailor Moon: “My work here is done.” Sailor Moon replies, “But you didn’t do
anything.” And then he waves his cloak, saying, “Didn’t I?”
That’s the perfect embodiment of this game.
You do nothing, and yet at the same time, you do everything.
Continue reading “Dawn of Peacemakers is the campaign game for board gamers looking for something different”