In this heavily thematic game you’re trapped under New Jerusalem. But where do you go to the toilet? I don’t see any signs anywhere.
The latest Gamewright title is another Matt Leacock cooperative game and has a lot to live up to.
So let’s see how it stacks up.
Underleague is a violent board game of betting, fighting, and crushing your opponents creatures.
But how does it play?
Grab your luggage, and head to the gate. This stop and start rollercoaster of a board game is Now Boarding.
Hunt Jack the Ripper in this hidden movement board game. A contemporary classic: Letters from Whitechapel.
In Dale of Merchants you battle your friends to build the best market stall. Efficiency is key, but having fun is mandatory.
Not so long ago there were two schools of design within board games. On one hand, the uninteresting theme, no luck, all strategy games that came primarily from Germany – called Euro games or Euros. On the other hand, we had American style games where it was all randomness all the time, extremely high player […]
The unfortunate side effect of playing too much Guitar Hero in 2005 is that I can no longer say Welcome to the Dungeon without following with: we got fun and games. This week we’re going back to an old favourite, and a real turning point in my board game career. Where I turned from the […]
This blog isn’t Marvel. We know this because I’m flat broke, and it doesn’t take a year to get a sequel. A couple weeks ago I reviewed Love Letter, and this week I’m back in the expanded Love Letter universe to review Lovecraft Letter. Although there are many flavours of the original game, Lovecraft Letter […]
There’s an old joke: a Freudian slip is when you say one thing but mean your mother. I feel like this encapsulates what CrossTalk is all about, you’re trying to get your team to guess the meaning of the word in vague yet creative ways. It’s a team-based party word game where you need […]