Matagot Princess Jing, the coming game by Roberto Fraga and Editions Matagot, is a two player game in the family[…]Read more
Swords of Fire. Shields of Stone. Daggers of Poison. All essential heroing equipment, but usually just props. Until now, that is. Enchanters is a game all about the Xs of Y without which a self-respecting hero never leaves home. I hope you enjoy our latest video review!Read more
Keymaster Games Space. The most amazing travel destination. This is your chance to visits its sights and at the same[…]Read more
Space Cowboys Did you have enough escape room puzzles for your living room table? I know we didn’t. The new[…]Read more
Alderac Building a more successful guild than the other players is only part of your problem in Alderac’s Edge of[…]Read more
Awaken Realms / Rebel You wake up from hyper sleep. Your head is spinning. Your stomach is revolting. The body[…]Read more
Usually it’s safe to assume that the people entering somebody else’s house through the window are the bad guys. Usually. And it’s not an excuse that the dwellings owner is called Professor Evil, either! What was he supposed to do, not pursue an academic career because of his last name? There is, however, the little detail that Professor Evil has been using his time machine to steal priceless artifacts right out of history. The Mona Lisa is small fry in a collection that contains Excalibur and the Ark of the Covenant.
If some heroic individuals were to enter such an individual’s citadel to return those stolen items to their rightful place in the timeline they would most definitely be the good guys. But their mission won’t be easy. A man called Professor Evil, why, his security systems are bound to be more interesting than a blinking red light on the wall. Those heroic individuals would need some outside guidance as they make their way through the Professor’s home. Someone telling them were to go, what to do. Someone like… you. Welcome to Professor Evil and the Citadel of Time.Read more
SchilMil Games Here’s another character you’ll meet in Auztralia, SchilMil Games’s game about the late discovery of Australia in a[…]Read more
In our second video review we take to the Mountains of Madness! This cooperative game by Rob Daviau, based on the H.P. Lovecraft story At the Mountains of Madness. It introduces one of the most unlikely combination of words you’re likely to hear: Lovecraftian party game.
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Fantasy Flight Games The forces of darkness may sleep, but they never die. Sooner or later they all return. In[…]Read more