Staff Blogs SI san il defanso Updated July 22, 2019 246 0
Nate Owens is looking at every game on his shelves, and asking "Why do I own this?" Every week he will give his history with five more games in his collection, along with a short review of each one.
Board Game Reviews MT Matt Thrower Updated July 21, 2019 988 0
If there's one thing I can't stand in a game, it's faff. And deckbuilders tend to have more than their fair share. But Undaunted: Normandy makes it easy. A few double-sided squares to build a board, a few soldier cards to make your deck and you're done. Between the two of us, it takes moments, seeming too good to be true.
Kickstarters U ubarose Updated July 20, 2019 417 0
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Lead the United States or Soviet Union Space Agency in this engine building, worker placement, race for the moon Eurogame.
D&D Celebrates Five Years of Fifth Edition with a Special Re-Release of the Tyranny of Dragons Adventure That Kicked It All Off in 2014
Press Releases U ubarose Updated July 20, 2019 531 0
SAN DIEGO, CA – July 20, 2019 – Five years ago, the latest edition of Dungeons & Dragons was released, and it has become the most successful iteration of the tabletop roleplaying game since it created the category in 1974. To celebrate five years of unprecedented growth in the D&D community, Wizards of the Coast announced Tyranny of Dragons, a single special volume re-release of the two-part adventure from 2014 featuring a new cover designed by Hydro74. Look for Tyranny of Dragons being sold through game and hobby stores only on October 22!
Press Releases U ubarose July 19, 2019 662 0
Three iconic matchups are set to release in 2019-2020, allowing players to pit fan-favorite dinosaurs against beloved film heroes in epic battles.
Press Releases U ubarose Updated July 19, 2019 958 0
CMON and Xplored are teaming up to bring players the next evolution in board gaming. Teburu is a gaming console that seamlessly integrates the physical and digital worlds, keeping players focused on the board and its components while the system takes care of game rules, enemies’ behavior, and storytelling events.
Rants & Raves U ubarose Updated July 19, 2019 1229 0
The smell of the salt breeze. The creak of rigging in the air. You’re in sight of the port of Tobago, when you see a ship off in the distance, on an intercept course. Word from the crows-nest is that the ship has run up the fleur-de-lis. The French Navy! You order the crew to man their stations and load the cannons. As the larger ship draws closer, volleys of fire are exchanged, shattering masts and shredding sails. All at once, grappling hooks sail from the enemy ship. They’re trying to board! As the enemy pours onto your ship,...
Board Game Reviews M MasonSokol Updated July 19, 2019 581 0
Captive is a story driven solo game in the form of a book that, from my view, makes nearly every wrong design descision. The game blends a graphic novel with a choose your own adventure game, with slight RPG elements in the form of a character sheet. Your choices mostly take the form of which door you want to go through in the house. Very little exists in the way of clues as to which door is best to the point that you will often travel in circles because you didn’t realize you already came through that door. There is a time mechanism...
NEW and Upcoming Games U ubarose Updated July 18, 2019 338 0
Time of Legends: Joan of Arc is a narrative miniatures board game of dark fantasy and historical action that plunges 2 players into the heart of the Hundred Years' War.
Dark humor story-building card game One Drunk Night… is the next evolution in Adult Social Party Games
Press Releases C CaptainSega Updated July 19, 2019 98 0
July 16th 2019 – Austin, TX – Atomic Children has announced its game “One Drunk Night…” for miscreants, deviants, or anyone that isn’t afraid of laughing at dark humor.