When I Dream is a great social deduction game. It’s concept isn’t exactly groundbreaking, and you may have many games like it in your collection. But the art style and theme work hand in hand to set this head and shoulders above anything else you may have seen.
Eat, Sleep, Gather, Repeat… Live life as a Bear in Hibernation! A smart take on deck building, where the deck building doesn’t overwhelm the main mechanic.
While young children can get engaged in Follow, and learn from its historical setting, the dice mechanics for having another go are flawed.
Lobotomy needs an updated rule book before it can be recommended. Its long set up time and excessive dice rolling also hamper an otherwise good game.
Thunder & Lightning feels like the perfect combination between Chess, Stratego and Magic the Gathering
Although we never backed it, we nervously opened up the review copy of Manasurge for the first time. Shiny cards! And a plastic baggie for the bits! It’s going to be OK; no one gives you a plastic baggie for the bits if the game is crap!
The license has been applied carefully and with a lot of thought so that neither Carcassonne nor Star Wars suffers as a result of the pairing.
Take me down to that nice Dice City where the caves are mines and the buildings are pretty….
Thematically Legendary Encounters: A Predator deck building game is amazing. It has managed to perfectly capture the look and feel of the first two Predators films
You don’t need to be a Shakespeare fan or a theatre buff to find this game both beautiful and enjoyable.