Reviews written by oliverkinne
Nemesis is the closest to a role-playing game in board game format that I've seen to date. Just get into character and let the adventure unfold in front of you.
If you ever want to pit yourself against the wits of a machine, then Turing is the perfect choice.
If you want a game where you have fun while learning about amazing women from the past and the present, then We Can Play is definitely for you.
It's a real evergreen - or maybe that should be everblack, if you look at the art. Anyway, Skora is definitely going to stay in my collection for a long time to come.
Go and buy the game now, then dip your toes in the water and try and get your team to be fully Synchronized.
If you're looking for a 2-player, co-operative trick-taking game that will entertain you for a long time to come, then The Fox in the Forest Duet is definitely for you.
Junk Forts is the sort of game that will nicely fit into a lunch break slot, so give it a go and maybe your fort will be the best in the junkyard.
Brian Boru: High King of Ireland is a really wonderful game that has not only done what it set out to do and met its own ambitious goals, but it also smashed through the bar that I had set for it. It's the sort of game that I will keep in my collection for a long time to come.
I highly recommend Suspects if you don't like escape room games but love a good murder mystery and fancy yourself a Miss Marple or Hercule Poirot.
When you lose, you can't wait to give it another go. When you win, you're never sure if you can continue your streak. It's just glorious!