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When you ask a lot of people about two-player games, the first game a lot of people think of is Chess. The underrated hidden gem Onitama shares some elements of Chess, and is a great two-player strategy game that can be played again and again.
As discussed in last weeks Blatherings, this weeks review is the unique Legacy Like game builder Charterstone from Jamey Stegmaier and Stonemaier Games
Desolate is a game I heard a lot of buzz about in the solo player sections of Board Game Geek, so I decided to give it a go. If you have any interest in solo card games, give the print and play a spin!
So I have said a few times that I love the Munchkin Universe, but I don’t play the base game anymore. Today, I review Munchkin and share all of my perceived pros and cons of a game that is going strong almost 20 years later.
It is a rare game that can be transferred from one type of game to another. Istanbul the Dice Game is definitely one such experience – a lot of fun to play, easy to teach, and retains the essence of the original board game.
Want to know a game that the rest of the world seems to love, but Tom Vasel hates? Welcome to Escape the Dark Castle! This is my favourite quick cooperative/solo game in a long time!
If you have a darker sense of humour and love Skull, this is the game for you. Tuesday Knight Games and Anthony Burch have hit it out of the park with World Championship Russian Roulette – but by its very nature, it won’t be for everyone.
Professor Evil and the Citadel of Time is a fun puzzle heist game that emphasises cooperation and agile thinking. I have talked about it a fair bit the last couple of weeks.
Love letter from AEG is a simple game and a whole lot of fun to play. In fact, it’s so good, it feels like Monopoly is the only game with more versions of it! So today I review the classic game and three different versions as well!