Queen Games Stefan Feld fans, listen up! Some of Stefan’s older games can be quite tricky to find by now.[…]Read more
Iello Even when a Japanese game has English rules included it often remains very difficult to find in Europe and[…]Read more
Iello King of Tokyo is a game that keeps going, mostly thanks to its great theme of monsters destroying Tokyo.[…]Read more
Renegade Game Studios / Dire Wolf Digital / Penny Arcade Isn’t it just the greatest when a few things you[…]Read more
Funforge I’ve said many times that Tokaido is the prettiest game I know. Now it will finally see some competition[…]Read more
In the Year of our Hare 1492 Bunstoph Columbun, an acute listener even among bunnies, heard sounds of life from the other side of the Atbuntic Ocean. A New World thus discovered, the rush for colonizing it began. Up to four Rabbit Lords go to make this new world theirs in the name of the great Bunny King. The most successful of them will earn the coveted title of Big Ears plus all the golden carrots their ships can carry.
Bunny Kingdom is a card drafting and area control game by the illustrious Richard Garfield, inventor of such things as Magic: The Gathering and Robo Rally. This new game has a deceptively cute theme and design, but don’t let that fool you. The contest for the new world is fought with all the cunning a bunny can muster.Read more
If you compare mythologies from all over the world two things quickly become obvious. One, the gods get bored easily. Two, they don’t have the attention span for complex entertainment. A game where heroes bash each others head in for the glory of the gods is exactly their kind of fun. Which brings us to this video review of Arena: For the Gods.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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Iello Meka-Dog has come to town, and he’s the sort of bad dog that isn’t impressed by a rolled-up newspaper.[…]Read more
As we mentioned yesterday, it’s Spiel des Jahres season. We all know what that means, of course. The three Spiel des Jahres awards are still among the most prestigious in the world, and winning them is still a big deal. We already presented the nominees and jury’s recommendation for the Spiel des Jahres award yesterday, today we’ll have a look at the Kennerspiel. Without any further ado, here we go.Read more