I really didn’t know what to expect when I broke out King of Tokyo for the first time. I knew it was about monsters trashing Tokyo, as in all of the movies that I used to watch during monster week after school on our local ABC affiliate.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is the secret history of our 16th President in which we discover that Honest Abe (Benjamin Walker) not only preserved out Union and freed the slaves, but also protected us from the wave of vampirism that was sweeping across the nation
Texas Zombies is an Americanized version of Cat & Chocolate which was published in 2010 by Qvinta Essentia. This time it is being published by Moonster Games and distributed by Asmodee Editions.
Kangchenjunga is the third highest mountain on Earth, so it makes sense that this would be the subject of the third installment in the “Disaster On…” series from Victory Point Games.
It has been a while since I have reviewed a children’s game. Hey! That’s My Fish! is a classic so I thought it was high time I told everyone else about it.
Elliott takes on the undead in The Walking Dead Board Game from Cryptozoic Entertainment.
Flat Acting from Eye-Level Entertainment is an interesting game of moving actors from movie set to movie set to put together the best movies.
Elliott reviews the card game based on the hit comic book Locke & Key
Elliott takes on the new edition of War of the Ring from Ares Games.
Game Name: Lords of Waterdeep Publisher: Wizards of the Coast Designers: Rodney Thompson and Peter Lee Year: 2012 Genre: Eurogame set in the D&D city of
Elliott takes the conn for his review of Star Trek – Fleet Captains.