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Last week, I talked about digital board games that you can play at home. One game that is hard to describe well is Tokaido, so today I played the digital version!
So the video game side has gotten some attention lately, so time to focus back on board games! And a game that I love that falls between a few cracks timing-wise is Abyss.
Social Deduction games are great, but need a lot of players and can lead to a lot of downtime for players eliminated early. What about a Social Deduction game for 10 players that can be played in 5 minutes?
Icecool and Icecool2 are great dexterity hits a couple of years ago. Then Brain Games slowed down in the IP, until they rethemed Pyramid at least!
Blind spots in your habits are strange things, aren’t they? Onirim is a game I am so used to playing when I can’t make up my mind, that I simply assumed I had already reviewed it. Today, I correct that oversight.
Need a really quick to teach and play filler game? 5-Minute Marvel fills that role perfectly.
There is always a debate about what games are gamers ‘must-have buys’. Codenames is one of the few games that makes almost every list. Here’s why.
Sometimes you just want a straightforward little adventure, but you don’t have a party or a lot of time. One Page Dungeons are a great alternative, and the start of a new series is worth a look!
Today I review Lords of Waterdeep a game that is either loved or passed over. Spoiler – I think everyone starting should try it!