Good news! King Manuel was very impressed with your efforts in tiling his bathroom, and you might have another contract - this time he's asking you back to tile his Summer Pavilion! But of course, once again, it doesn't make sense to just give the contract to one person, so you will be competing against … Continue reading Azul: Summer Pavilion Review
It's an interesting question - and one that everyone has a different answer to. We asked a wide variety of people - from boardgame designers and publishers, to friends closer to home: What makes a 10/10 game for you? Everyone has different thoughts on the question and we were really excited to see everyone's answers. … Continue reading What’s a 10/10 Game to You?
It's the beginning of the Quedlinburg 9 day festival of health - where totally legitimate medical practitioners offer many sorts of potions and pastes that all claim to miraculously cure whatever might be ailing you. They arrive, bags of ingredients and cauldrons in tow, to setup on the streets, hoping to to brew the best … Continue reading Quacks of Quedlinburg Review
We're making Jam! Letter Jam. Or we are Jamming to some sweet words. Or something. Let's just say we are going to collaboratively solve a puzzle together make some jam, and at the end, we will be told how effective we were at solving that puzzle tasty our jam is. 2-6 Players | 30-60 Minutes … Continue reading Letter Jam Review
The smaller citizens of the forest have mustered their number together for a cause! They will no longer be vulnerable to predators, they will construct Tiny Towns to live in, in peace and safety! Of course, when you are tiny, you don't necessarily have the buying power needed to do things efficiently. When ordering a … Continue reading Tiny Towns Review
Welcome to Aughmoore. You've arrived at an interesting time. It's years since the lands ceased to provided for the races - the Elves, Dwarves, Humans and Orcs. In desperation, the once united races have retreated into solidarity in the face of scarcity, and have noticed that acts of aggression, domination and violence against their neighbours … Continue reading Heroes of Land, Air and Sea Review
Hey, wait a minute, this certainly doesn't look like a boardgame! No, regular readers, this week we have been transported into the beat driven digital world of Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the NecroDancer featuring The Legend of Zelda! (what a mouthful). After playing through the game over the last week and having one of … Continue reading Cadence of Hyrule Review