Reviews written by oliverkinne
Just like a good book, you won't want to put Library Labyrinth down again.
It seems a case where the publisher wanted to produce a high-quality game with all the bells and whistles, but didn't invest enough time on ensuring the gameplay is enthralling and exciting.
Root is the sort of game that gets better, the more you play it.
If you want a great card game that plays quickly, is easy to learn and gives you enough to think about and allows a wonderful meta to develop, then Biblios is for you. It certainly is for me.
Even though Dominant Species: Marine is not for me, I know a lot of people will love this game and it will probably make those people buy the bigger brother Dominant Species and I think that's great and it shows the genius of Chad Jensen.
Dune: A Game of Conquest and Diplomacy will appeal to people who want to play a game set on Arrakis and whose artwork is taken from the latest film and who want something quick and... well... dirty. Just don't expect any diplomacy and instead prepare yourself for brutal conquest.
CoraQuest is an absolutely wonderful game and all the hype it received in the run-up to being published was completely warranted.
The Split isn't just Blackjack - it does so much more and ticks a lot of boxes for me.
I still love Oath and I love it even more after having played the physical copy and been able to play with the wonderful components.
It's an evergreen game that you are likely to keep in your collection for those times when you just want to have a very light, quick, two-player game.