A review of the card game Nefarious, designed by Donald X. Vaccarino and published by Ascora Games in 2011.
A review of the football-themed board game 1st & Goal, designed by Stephen Glenn and published by R&R Games in 2011.
A review of the absolutely wonderful board game Ticket to Ride, designed by Alan R. Moon and published by Days of Wonder.
A review of the Catan Dice Game.
A review of the board game Simply Catan.
A review of the board game HeroScape.
A review of the fantasy battle game Summoner Wars, designed by Colby Dauch and published by Plaid Hat Games.
A review of the adventure game Runebound. Runebound is one of the big board games in the adventure game genre, having cemented its place with multiple editions and a small infinity of expansions. Good components and theme are two of the advantages that Runebound offers.
Train of Thought is a fast-paced party game about getting other players to guess a secret word. Like Taboo and Password, Train of Thought is a lot of fast and furious fun. But Train of Thought may have one advantage over those games...
A review of the board game Survive: Escape from Atlantis! This board game is a re-release of the classic game of sharks and sinking islands, now updated with higher production value by Stronghold Games.
A review of the game Puzzle Strike. Puzzle Strike combines the deck-building engine of Dominion with the feel of a puzzle video game, topped off with a roster of 10 unique characters.
A review of Leaping Lemmings, a fun and family-friendly board game about racing lemmings over a cliff. Everything from the rulebook to the card art is highly entertaining.
A review of the card game Hot Potato. Published by Cambridge Games Factory, Hot Potato plays up to 9 players and is ideal for children.
A review of the semi-cooperative game Zombie in My Pocket, designed by Jeremiah Lee and published by Cambridge Games Factory. Players attempt to stop the zombie hordes before midnight.
A review of The Rivals for Catan card game. This 2-player game makes a wonderful couples' game for people looking for the Settlers of Catan feel without the extra players.
A review of the card game Sneeze. This game by Cambridge Game Factory is appropriate for playing with children.
A review of the card game The Struggle for Catan, designed by Klaus Teuber and published by Mayfair Games. Struggle for Catan is a streamlined game much less complex than its older brother, The Settlers of Catan.
A review of the card game Nightfall, published by Alderac Entertainment Group. This highly interactive deck-building game about vampires and werewolves features a number of clever mechanics.
A review of the board game Ablaze!, designed by Heinrich Glumpler and published by Mayfair games. Ablaze! consists of three different abstract board games.
A review of the North Pole card game. This light family-friendly game follows a pack of penguins on a vacation to the North Pole.
A review of the game Elk Fest, designed by Hermann Huber and published by Mayfair Games. This is a small dexterity game about flicking stones to help wooden moose cross a river.
A review of the card game Barons, designed by Thomas Colthurst and published by Cambridge Games Factory. This game about land taxation is easy to learn but filled with interesting decisions and plenty of opportunity for strategy.
A review of the card game Dominion. This award-winning game uses a deck-building mechanic with many benefits.
A review of the card game Thunderstone. This deck building game lets players assemble a team of heroes and equip them with weapons and items to delve into the dungeon and slay monsters.
A review of the cooperative board game Pandemic, including an overview of the good and bad points of Pandemic, and cooperative board games in general.