We’ve put up two new reviews recently. The first is for Star Realms, a light and dense deck-builder that should be back in stock in early November. The second is for tabletop skirmish game Warhammer: Diskwars.
This week’s review is for One Night: Ultimate Werewolf. With a 10-minute playing time and a single elimination round, this is the tightest, noisiest version yet of the classic party game.
This week’s video review is for Level 99 Game’s dynamic and incredibly replayable turn-based fighting game BattleCon: Devastation of Indines.
This week’s review is for one of our biggest hits of the year, Marvel Dice Masters.
Today’s review is for the newest globe-spanning Lovecraftian adventure from Fantasy Flight Games, Eldritch Horror.
This week, we’re reviewing the biggest heavy cooperative game of the past year: Robinson Crusoe: Adventures on the Cursed Island.
This week, we’re reviewing Boss Monster, a light card game inspired by classic 8-bit video games.
THis week, we’re reviewing a very clever blend of tight, abstract mechanics with a space conquest theme and scope. Meet Quantum:
We’ve got a new review out today, for two recently-released expansions from Czech Games Edition. Tzolk’in: Tribes and Prophecies adds new variants and a significant difficulty bump to 2012’s hit worker-placement game, while Dungeon Petz: Dark Alleys adds a lot more depth and versatility to one of Vlaada Chvatil’s classic releases.
This week’s review is for Vlaada Chvatil’s first crack at an abstract game: the brain-burning and very interesting Tash-Kalar: Arena of Legends.