If you’re a fan of 18XX titles (or maybe I should say 19XX in this case) you might want to swing over to Numbskull Games
Earlier today Steve Jackson Games revealed they’ve teamed up with USAopoly to produce Adventure Time Munchkin. No word yet on the specifics of the core
After a dozen plays FtC even has me thinking about it when I’m not playing as I’m making a mental list of things to try. Everyone I’ve introduced to For the Crown has enjoyed it; from people who are Dominion fans to others who are chess masters. Okay, maybe not chess masters but folks who play chess extremely well.
Arizona’s very own Crash Games is finishing up a successful Kickstarter run on their latest title, Council of Verona. Based on the classic Shakespeare play
The latest title from Rather Dashing Games debuted at this year’s Origins and received a great reception from gamers and press alike. Designed for two
Overall, I think Ghosts in the Grid Rebooted is a game which will have a very narrow audience. If your employment, degree, or interests lie in the programming arena, then you may enjoy this one.
If you didn’t already know, I thought VivaJava was a fantastic game and one which (for me at least) breaks the mold of the sterile
Steve Jackson Games has picked up the rights to the dice rolling game Chupacabra: Survive the Night, originally made available through the Haywire Group, and will
Jeff reviews the deceptively competitive board game of wine making, Viticulture, from StoneMaier Games.
Rules Lawyer is a game I recommend for the party crowd. If you can get past the lack of colorful art, I think you’ll enjoy this one. It’s easy to learn and teach others and doesn’t take a lot of time to play.
Every time I’ve played, Tenka’s been enjoyable. The player interaction is always there and you need to pay attention during everyone’s turn. The strategies change with each card placed and keeps you on your toes.
Overall, Zombies vs. Aliens isn’t a bad game. It’s an interesting concept and not difficult to play once I thoroughly read through the rules. The game is probably a good one to take and play on a summer trip, or overnight business, but I’m not sure you’ll come back to it again and again once you’re home.
Jeff tackles the Awesome Level 9000 expansion to AEG’s hit Smash Up.