Reviews written by DavidNorris
A great game of flicking flightless birds. Unfortunately, more of a novelty than a mainstay of any board game night. That is, of course, unless you have kids in which case they will eat this game up like it's chocolate cake!
Absolute blast to play. The will I won't I decisions of the auctions never stop stopping! Worth a permanent spot in your board game bag.
Fantastic card game from Martin Wallace where money is tightly contested and poverty is around every corner. Excellent production from Osprey games. Critically a great game, personally, I enjoy a little more chaos.
While the gloominess of the original game is missing, the streamlined gameplay more than makes up for it.
The back and forth trading with the marketplace is incredibly fun, but it's let down by the lack of interactivity between players, the boring end game (for some), and randomness of the starting hands.
A hit every time it gets on the table. Allows for creativity and for logical deductions, with very little rules overhead and setup. It's easy to bring out over and over again.
If you don't mind stealing lollipops from babies, then this might be the game for you. For a small game it has fantastic decisions to be made, and will put you in the think tank!
A Halloween classic that gets overshadowed by newer games. Still it's a great time, and a great introduction to modern board games.
Oath is a wild and woolly game that shines because of its rough edges. The stories you tell from this board game will remain long in your group after you've packed Oath away.
Root is a baby's first war game. It has cute creatures, asymetrical powers, and an EPIC story to tell. Well worth your interest, and your time to learn all the rules!