Tag: Board Game

Adventure Land Board Game Review – I’m Going On An Adventure!

  Designed by: Wolfgang Kramer & Michael Kiesling Published by: HABA Players: 2-4 Review copy supplied free of charge by HABA. We wrap up the trio of HABA game reviews (See the Spookies review here and the Karuba review here) with Adventure Land. Like HABA’s other two family games […]

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(Single-Player) Zombicide: Black Plague Review – Tolkien Meets Evil Dead

Designed by: Raphael Guiton, Jean-Batpise Lullien and Nicolas Raoult Published by: Gullotine Games Players: 1-6 RRP: £79.99 Review copy provided free of charge by Esdevium Games. [twitter-follow screen_name=’wolfsgamingblog’ show_count=’yes’] Since I began reviewing board games I’ve been told numerous times that I need to check out Zombicide, but […]

(Single-Player)Thunderbirds Board Game Review – 5…4…3…2…1…Thunderbirds. Are. Go.

Designed by: Matt Leacock Published by: Modiphius Entertainment Players: 1-4 RRP: £44.99 Copy supplied free of charge by Esdevium Games. I’ve always found it hard to explain to people outside of the UK why the Thunderbirds TV show was so popular. It was an absurd program featuring a […]

Sheriff of Nottingham Review – We’re Men. We’re Men In Tights!

  Designed by:  Sérgio Halaban, Bryan Pope, Benjamin Pope, and André Zatz Players: 3-5 Publisher: Arcane Wonders RRP: £39.99  Review copy supplied free of charge for review. (Bonus points if you got the reference in the title.) Everybody knows the legendary tale of Robin Hood, the outlaw who […]

Hey, That’s My Fish Review – No, Seriously, That’s My Fish, You Pillock

Designed by:  Alvydas Jakeliunas and Gunter Cornett Publisher: FFG RRP:  £9.99 Penguins are naturally funny little chaps, the source of endless amusement for kids and adults alike as they waddle around the ice in their little tuxedos. So what happens when you take those cute little blighters and […]

The Producer 1940-1944 Board Game Review – Box Office Flop?

  Designer: Manlio Zaninotti Publisher: Apokalypse Inc Players: 2-4 On paper The Producer 1940-144 manages to appeal to two very large parts of my personality; the side that loves board games, and the side that loves movies. You take on the role of somebody who has inherited a chunk of […]

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