Everything is peaceful in the small town in New England. Nothing bad has happened yet this week. But it’s only monday, 2:00 am. And there we go, a gate to another world opens, monsters start pouring out. The inhabitants of Arkham suffer through a lot, if anything bad happens, it happens to them. Every time. They feel the Arkham Horror.Read more
Not every game can be a brain-twisting, deeply strategic game. A gaming evening/weekend/vacation needs the fillers, the quick, light games that nevertheless everyone enjoys. And that’s where Pickomino, a game that you wouldn’t expect to show up in a serious gamer’s play time, has its niche.Read more
Creating magic potions and elixirs isn’t easy, we all know that since a certain young wizard had to struggle through his Potions classes. But being able to create them yourself does have a certain appeal, doesn’t it? It’s time for Potion-making practice.Read more
Caylus is not quite the first worker placement game, but it did did its part in making the mechanic popular. But Caylus adds many things beyond that, the options can feel a bit threatening at times.Read more
We all have played Cops and Robbers as kids. Pretty much all of us forgot the simple joy of pointing a toy gun at our friends and yelling "Bang! Bang! You’re dead!" Cash’n’Guns skips the cops for most of the game. but the robbers and toy guns are there.Read more
What is your name? – Sir Meepalot.
What is your quest? – The search for the Holy Grail.
What is the poker hand you need to beat me? – I don’t know tha AAARRRGGH!
And it is through the magic of the internet that you have been reading this text in Monty Python voices inside your head. Oh, you wanted to know about Shadows over Camelot?
Palazzo is a fun, quick auctioning game with a slightly mathy scoring system. It has a theme – or so I’m told – something about building houses in Florence, but it doesn’t really matter much.Read more