This weekend, I saw a note in the Red Raven Games newsletter that Ryan Laukat is working on a new game, Now or Never, in the Near and Far world (I loved Near and Far, particularly the skill test mechanism). I was super excited to see this news, so I popped over to BoardGameGeek to […]
When gamers talk about niche player count games, it hardly gets more niche than 1-2 player games. These are specifically games that work well solo, or, if gamers manage to trick a Tinder date into playing board games, also work with two. The next game up for consideration is aptly, if unimaginatively, called Fantasy Defense. […]
by W. Eric Martin MicroMacro: Crime City by Johannes Sich is an ingeniously simple and engaging design, but before you even get to the experience of being a detective and "solving" criminal cases in this horrible location, you should take a few moments to appreciate the brilliant packaging by publisher Edition Spielwiese:The first step toward selling a game is getting people to do more than just glance at the cover. ...
This year, The Game Shelf’s number of games played has barely changed, but they’ve been playing a specific subset of games a lot more — the games they were able to play over Skype.
January continues on and it looks like the annual Kickstarter draught my finally be starting to let up. I’m seeing some really interesting campaigns on the horizon, so prepare your wallets. But in the meantime, we’ll keep trying to find a few gems for you here and there. You can also check out what games […]
In the finale to Season One, David looks back on the year-long project of trying to tell the story of Modern Tabletop from Magic: the Gathering to Wingspan, and brainstorms ideas for Season Two. Click here to listen to Episode Fourteen.
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