If you missed it, I’ve already reviewed Raccoon Tycoon. The TL:DR was it’s a good game with quite a few rough edges. This review will cover The Fat Cat Expansion and everything else found within Raccoon Tycoon Deluxe Edition. Including what’s been added, and if it improves the game, or makes it worse.Read more
Raccoon Tycoon gives players a family friendly introduction to the often impenetrable 18xx genre. It has stocks, it has markets, it has auctions, but it also has a fox in a top hat. And if that doesn’t get you excited for a board game. I don’t know what will.Read more
We are living in a golden age of board games. There are literally thousands of games being created and released every year. It’s only fitting that some great games get overlooked, and buried under the sheer amount of plastic and cardboard produced. But what kind of board game do we find when we unearth… Unearth.Read more
A cooperative game from the master designer Kane Klenko. What’s not to love?
A lot actually.Read more
In Fuse time is running out. Quickly! The question is whether this one explodes, or is a dud?Read more
Do you have what it takes to reach the top? Find out in this episode of Board Game’s Next Top Model.Read more
Can I get 120, 120 120, 130! To the woman in the tall hat!
It’s auction time. Will you win the riches, or get robbed?Read more
Red7 is a 2-4 player card game designed by Carl Chudyk and Chris Cieslik and published by Asmadi Games. It’s a card game that’s seen Talladega Nights one too many times, as the rules are simple: if you’re not first you’re last. If at the end of your turn you’re not winning, you’re eliminated, with […]Read more
If you’re like me and thought all board games are abstract, well, you’re both right and wrong. The term abstract game is now a genre term that reasonably means the game contains minimal luck, usually two players, and little to no theme. Think of Chess and Checkers as prime examples of abstracts, or more recently […]Read more