Richard Garfield's new game, The Hunger, is a deck-building vampire game for two to six players, published by Renegade Studio Games. It is available for pre-order now for a September release.
The children’s game My First Stone Age combines memory and set collection as players journey across the prehistoric landscape, gathering resources to build their village by expert children’s game designer Marco Teubner.
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.
Homestar Runner was one of the internet's first meme generators. There was a time when I would go out of my way to get online just to see if Strong Bad had answered any emails lately, or if Homestar had released any "TOONS!" in celebration of a holiday or season. The Homestar Runner franchise has... Continue Reading →
Allow me to provide an unpopular opinion. It's no secret that I deeply invested in the Marvel Legendary franchise, designed by Devin Low and published by Upper Deck. I have referred to it often as my favourite deck-building game, not just because of the depth of gameplay that it currently provides, but also for its... Continue Reading →
Earlier in the week, I reviewed the newest release from Matt Fantastic and Tuesday Knight Games called That's Not Lemonade - a wickedly clever and addicting push your luck game being marketed as a drinking game for kids. Twist Gaming put out a video with the designer of That's Not Lemonade himself, Matt Fantastic that... Continue Reading →