Analysis J Jackwraith Updated February 20, 2019 1600 0
Star Trek as a phenomenon. How its peoples and the way they changed can be viewed through the best game ever made for it.
Essays J Jackwraith Updated February 04, 2019 5628 0
Expressions of self through unchanging simulacra.
Analysis J Jackwraith Updated January 30, 2019 1879 0
Well regarded, but never a huge hit, Theseus tests the concept of "rules complexity".
Analysis J Jackwraith Updated January 15, 2019 1823 1
What was the next generation in globe-spanning, six hour wargames, Supremacy is rarely remembered.
Analysis J Jackwraith Updated December 05, 2018 1626 0
The definition of what a deckbuilder should be.
Board Game Reviews J Jackwraith Updated January 22, 2019 3032 0
Heroes of Terrinoth is adventure that's both abstract and detailed.
Analysis J Jackwraith Updated November 20, 2018 945 0
Assault of the Giants is a solid game based on a well-known IP. Why wasn't it more popular?
Board Game Reviews J Jackwraith Updated January 24, 2019 1243 0
High on storytelling, but with some interesting tactical choices to make, Big Trouble in Little China is a solid co-op.
Analysis J Jackwraith Updated October 22, 2018 1020 0
A little-known release from a one-time publisher, The Hellgame is the other side of German game design: visceral and thematic, but still mechanically interesting.