Québec

Québec is not only a city in Canada any more, it is now also a game about that city. But where games with city names are often variants of other games with some new pictures, Québec introduces new mechanics and really invents a new game, not just renames it.

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Prêt-à-Porter

The world of fashion is not a usual setting for boardgames, but Prêt-à-Porter nails it on the first try. It was nominated for Polish Game of the Year this year, and this year the whole world can enjoy the English edition.

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Caylus

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.

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Dominant Species

Dominant Species is on the upper end of long and heavy games for us – not something you unpack at the end of the gaming night, just before people go home. There is a lot of depth and a lot of detail to explore here.

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Asara

Asara, the city of spires. The Caliph has called 4 famous architects to give the city more spires, higher spires, more colourful spires. In only four years, we are to fill the city with soaring towers, but funds and workers are limited.

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