Reviews written by DavidNorris
The LOOP is a familiar take on deckbuilding with more twists and turns than a bucket full of knotted Christmas lights. Add on a theme that's as pulpy as it is ridiculous, and you got yourself a game that's worth talking about. If you're a fan of cooperative games - you NEED to play The LOOP.
A sometimes fun, sometimes frustrating romp through Middle-Earth. The story and writing carries the erratic gameplay. However, the low setup time and investment required to get the game up and running means that this game can quickly fulfill any dungeon crawling cravings you have.
Calico is fantastic if you want to sit down a puzzle for the duration, but if you're looking for interaction with other players your going to be disappointed.
A fantastic game that sits well on any board game table. In MicroMacro: Crime City you'll be scouring for clues, making leaps of logic, and have fun doing it!
Aquatica is a good game with a weird, exponential tempo curve that is equal parts exciting and frustrating.
Empyreal Spells & Steam breaks the train game formula and goes for fun and fantastic instead of a more traditional economic simulation
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!
A good little game that rewards multiple plays.
A Halloween classic that gets overshadowed by newer games. Still it's a great time, and a great introduction to modern board games.
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!