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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.
Sometimes you want to go on a dungeon crawling adventure, but you don’t have others around you. One Deck Dungeon gives you an amazing authentic adventure experience with nothing but cards and lots of dice.
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? And can be played in two very different game modes? Let me introduce you to Crossfire
Icecool and Icecool2 are great dexterity hit a couple of years ago. Then Brain Games slowed down in the IP, until they rethemed Pyramid at least! Fun for some, but I feel that there was a missed chance at game improvements with Pyramid of Pengqueen.
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. Pick your team, beat the bad guys, and do it all before the time runs out!
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!
Dungeons and Dragons has you as an adventurer completing quests for mysterious entities. But what if you could be the one hiring the adventurers? That’s where Lords of Waterdeep comes in. Hire adventurers, forward your goals, and make sure that no one can pick exactly what you are trying to accomplish.