Designed by: Mike Elliott Published by: Asmodee Players: 2-4 Playtime: 15-30 minutes Review copy provided free of charge by Esdevium Games. Ah, the sophisticated, wonderful world of art. On this very site I reviewed The Gallerist, a hefty, complex game which was based around running a successful gallery, […]
History can be a dull and difficult subject to become invested in. In many ways it serves little practical purpose on a day-to-day basis. It’s not often that you suddenly find yourself confronted with a pressing need to name the date of the Battle of Hastings or to tell someone when tophats became a thing in Britain. And yet history is important because it can teach us so many valuable lessons about life. If you can get past its initial dryness, history can be a fascinating subject full of breathtaking stories and weird facts. Timeline attempts to prove this with a simple but enjoyable family card game that requires very little learning and plays in about ten minutes. Plus it comes packaged in a nice little tin.I mean, just look at how cute it is.
2016 marked the year where I got more heavily into boardgames, discovering the unique joy of manipulating card, dice and miniatures. With this cardboard awakening came the boardgame community, an almost infinitely more friendly bunch of people than the videogame community where the only time you can usually […]
Another year has passed and that means it’s time to list my top ten favorite games of 2016.
Merry freaking Christmas, people! Yes, it’s that time of the year again where we inexplicably drag large trees into our houses and proceed to decorate them with all manner of shiny objects. Humans truly are a very strange species. The point is I’d like to wish all of […]
Designed by: James Kniffin Published by: Fantasy Flight Games Players: 4-6 Playtime: 2-4 hours. Review copy supplied free of charge by Esdevium Games. Within movies, books and games massive corporations becoming the dominant force in society is a constant theme and one that is these days a little too close […]
Monolith’s Conan board game amassed a considerable amount of money on Kickstarter. But was all that cash well spent? Review time.