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Unfair - Card game review by Joel Finch and CMON

Unfair - Card game review by Joel Finch and CMON

Released in 2017 after funding on Kickstarter, Unfair is a card management software for 2 to 5 players, designed by Joel Finch and published by CMON e Good Games. The setting of the theme parks is strangely unusual in board games: over the years we have […]

Barrage - Cranio Creations worker placement review

Barrage - Cranio Creations worker placement review

After a popular campaign Kickstarter and some controversy regarding the materials in the versions received from the backers (problems solved to the full satisfaction of the buyers), Skull Creations releases the retail version of Barrage, the placement of […]

Dice Forge - Review of the dice crafting game by Régis Bonnessée

Dice Forge - Review of the dice crafting game by Régis Bonnessée

Says Forge is a 2017 title created by Régis Bonnessée, published by Libellud, and located in our beloved peninsula from Asmodee. The game introduces an original "says crafting”: The dice supplied are in fact provided with interchangeable faces, which […]

Triplock and Heirs of the Wizard King: two new single player reviews

Triplock and Heirs of the Wizard King: two new single player reviews

Also this week our column dedicated to the single player returns with the reviews of Triplock ed Heirs of the Wizard King. Triplock The first title is a Kickstarter area of Chip Theory Games, by Adam Carlson e Josh J. Carlson (authors of Too Many Bones and Cloudspire, […]

Labyrinth: The Adventure Game - Preview, a journey where anything is possible

Labyrinth: The Adventure Game - Preview, a journey where anything is possible

It was the 1986 when a film was released in theaters that later became a classic of its kind. Not for nothing, the fans still talk about it today, remembering with a certain tenderness those sweet and suggestive scenes that made the fortune of the opera. […]

Fallout - Review of the new Asmodee board game

Fallout - Review of the new Asmodee board game

It was 1997 when the first chapter of Fallout , the famous video game set in a post-apocalyptic future that has seen, over the years, several sequels and a great success with the public. It is not surprising that today, given the undeniable growing demand […]

Azul - Game Review by Michael Kiesling

Azul - Game Review by Michael Kiesling

If you are a fan of board games you have surely heard of Blue, game of Michael kiesling, published by Ghenos Games, and winner of the Spiel of Jahres 2018: this board game depopulated the last Modena Play and achieved a well-deserved success. If, on the […]

Tapestry - Review of Stonemaier Games' civilization manager

Tapestry - Review of Stonemaier Games' civilization manager

A brilliant author, who made his debut with the renowned in 2013 Viticulture and since then has only published great hits without missing a beat. After our Wingspan review we will talk to you again about the Stonemaier Games and its founder Jamey Stegmaier, […]

Monolith Arena - Portal Games Tactical Skirmish Review

Monolith Arena - Portal Games Tactical Skirmish Review

Monolith Arena is a 2-4 player skirmish game with a fantasy setting, released in 2018 by Portal Games. Its author, Michał Oracz (already known for Cry Havoc e This War of Mine), he is also the designer of Neuroshima Hex!, title from which Monolith Arena […]

Yokohama - Hisashi Hayashi board game review

Yokohama - Hisashi Hayashi board game review

Yokohama it was a small fishing village until the opening of its port in 1859, which radically changed the city's economy: from a small town it quickly became the main trading center of Japan. No wonder, therefore, that Hisashi Hayashi has chosen to set […]

Brass Birmingham - Ghenos Games title review

Brass Birmingham - Ghenos Games title review

The first dates back to 2007 Brass, Lancashire, title of Martin Wallace that many board game enthusiasts surely know. It is a management game set at the time of the Industrial Revolution in England which, despite the simplicity of the mechanics, is undeniably […]

Wingspan Europe - Stonemaier title expansion review

Wingspan Europe - Stonemaier title expansion review

We have already talked about in the past Wingspan (here the link to our review), intriguing title of Elizabeth hargrave produced by Stonemaier Games and distributed by Ghenos Games. Surely it was one of the most played and discussed titles among board game […]

Nauticus - Review of the naval management software by Michael Kiesling and Wolfgang Kramer

Nauticus - Review of the naval management software by Michael Kiesling and Wolfgang Kramer

Nauticus is a 2013 title of Michael kiesling e Wolfgang kramer, the couple who have already given us several boardgame jewels, from Vikings a Coal Baron, passing through the "mask trilogy", composed by Tikal, Java e Mexica, Without to forget Asara e Die […]

Tales of Evil - Review, fighting Evil has never looked so good

Tales of Evil - Review, fighting Evil has never looked so good

A horror board game runs on a tightrope: we are talking about a product that, normally, should scare, but that hardly manages to do it while you are on a table, with other friends and the lights on. For this reason, many games try to somehow replicate that […]

Super Fantasy Brawl - Mythic Games skirmish review

Super Fantasy Brawl - Mythic Games skirmish review

Mythic Games in recent times it has accustomed us to huge projects, titles that fill players with huge boxes, lots of models, and very complex rules. Super Fantasy Brawl, is a skirmish for 2 to 4 players, with an average duration per game of 30-40 minutes, […]

Dinosaur Island - Pandasaurus Games board game review

Dinosaur Island - Pandasaurus Games board game review

It is now known that Eurogames do not focus on the setting; But what if you take a worker placement, embellish it with 80s graphics and illustrations, and set it up in a dinosaur-themed amusement park? Pandasaurus Games it did and it was a success. With […]

Dark Souls: the card game and Maiden's Quest: our #iorestoacasa review

Dark Souls: the card game and Maiden's Quest: our #iorestoacasa review

With the country entirely declared a "red zone", gathering bans due to the corona virus, friends in quarantine and voluntary isolations, we have decided to retrieve some titles from the library to open this section dedicated to playable solitaire games with […]

Wingspan - Review of the Stonemaier Games title

Wingspan - Review of the Stonemaier Games title

Surely you know the Stonemaier Games to Scythe, a board game released a few years ago that we still often see on the tables of Eurogame fans; in the last year, another title of this American house has made a lot of talk about itself, also (and above all) […]

Wendake - Review

Wendake - Review

1756, North America, Great Lakes region: the seven years' war between the English and the French begins; the native tribes of the place, Wyandot and other peoples of the Iroquois League, carry on their daily activities such as hunting, agriculture, fishing […]

Drako: Dragon & Dwarves - Rebel tactical skirmish review

Drako: Dragon & Dwarves - Rebel tactical skirmish review

In case you don't know it, Drako: Dragon & Dwarves is a two player board game Adam Kałuża, lasting about 30 minutes per game and published in 2011 by Rebel. Obtained a moderate success, the game was reissued in 2019 while the European version is expected […]

Blades In The Dark - Review of the paper RPG written by John Harper

Blades In The Dark - Review of the paper RPG written by John Harper

Imagine for a moment leaving the heroes aside and walking into one dark way, poisoned by vice, by violence, by loneliness. Imagine now having to survive in a hostile place and who has no interest in taking care of you. For the others you are just one of […]

Villagers - MS Edizioni game review

Villagers - MS Edizioni game review

The fruitful campaign ended in 2018 Kickstarter di Villagers, game of Haakon Hoel Gaarder, which he collected 482.171 pounds. For those who have not heard of it, it is a simple one family game which exploits mechanics of draft and where players compete to […]

Elastium - Review of the DV Games family game

Elastium - Review of the DV Games family game

One of the most talked about titles recently released is Elastium, the duo's family game Oren Shainin and Yaniv Kahana for 2 - 4 players. The reason why, at its release, the images of this new board game were so popular is soon said (and also guessed from […]

Heaven & Ale - Eggertspiele tile placement review

Heaven & Ale - Eggertspiele tile placement review

Published by eggertspiele in 2017, Heaven & Ale is a tile placing game with some engine building elements designed by Michael kiesling e Andreas Schmidt. The title met with considerable success, gaining international recognition (including the nomination […]

Endeavor: Age of Sail - Review

Endeavor: Age of Sail - Review

After our Nauticus review, it's time to give it a try Endeavor: Age of Sail, a new German naval-themed management software. We had already talked about it Endeavor, game for 2 to 5 players of Carl de Visser e Jarratt Gray, published in 2018 by […]

Bang! - Review of the board game by Emiliano Sciarra

Bang! - Review of the board game by Emiliano Sciarra

That of board games is a world that has never really lost its appeal, although there have been obvious moments of fatigue where the interest in these productions has inevitably failed. With the arrival on the Kickstarter scene and all the possibilities it […]

Lux Aeterna, Chronicles of Frost: two single player reviews

Lux Aeterna, Chronicles of Frost: two single player reviews

Having fun with boardgames despite the decree and the rage of the virus is not a utopia: also this week we offer you two reviews of titles to play alone, Lux Aeterna e Chronicles of Frost. If you missed your first date, get it back at this link! Lux Aeterna 2019 […]

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