Monza is a car racing game for children using coloured dice - a subtle variation on the roll-and-move mechanic that makes the game more interesting overall and hints at strategic choices.
The Stuffed Fables: Oh, Brother! expansion will bring families back to the table for more bedtime adventures early in the new year.
Here's the near complete collection of 'Best Boardgames of 2020' videos by the internet's favourite board game reviewers and critics.
The Galaxy’s Most Wanted, the second campaign expansion for Marvel Champions: The Card Game, is scheduled for release in the first quarter of 2021.
Earlier this year, I was excited about the announcement from global boardgames megalith Asmodee that they were establishing ACONYTE to turn the impressive array of intellectual properties under the Asmodee banner into novels and prose-fiction releases. Turns out that Aconyte have scored an incredible coup, by securing a multi-year agreement with Marvel Entertainment to create a... Continue Reading →
Terraforming Mars: Prelude is exactly what I look for in an expansion from a game that I already love. It adds depth and diversity, without making the game more complicated.
Last month, Asmodee announced the creation of ACONYTE - the novels division of Asmodee Entertainment - to turn the incredible array of intellectual properties under the Asmodee banner into books under the slogan: “Great games, amazing stories!”. Aconyte have put themselves out into the world with a lofty mission: to become the go-to partners for tie-in fiction for all... Continue Reading →
The digital adaptation of the number one ranked board game of all time, Gloomhaven, will launch on Steam on July 17th.
Fantasy Flight Games has announced Dead of Night, a new expansion for Arkham Horror Third Edition that will be released in the third quarter of 2019. The Dead of Night expansion promises two entirely new scenarios (including one with five(!) possible endings), four new investigators and news cards for every deck in the original game. Although this expansion doesn't... Continue Reading →