You’re staying at a luxury hotel for a few nights, but one of you (or more) is a werewolf in disguise…
Players plan their turn space by space, by placing dice for different gears in order. This is not a racing game, this is rally.
The premise is simple: Survive the continued onslaught of ghosts until Wu Feng is reincarnated, then defeat that one card for the win. Sounds simple, but this game is relentless.
Players are tilers for the great walls of the Royal Palace of Evora in Portugal.
Easy to learn, fun to play, comes in many flavours each with their own twist to the classic.Other versions of Ticket to Ride are also available.
A Role Selection game with territory control elements, very nicely themed around a Steampunk Mars.
Sushi Go Party is all about collecting sets of different sushi as the cards move around the table like sushi moves around the belt.
A Battle Line style game of outplaying other players to take control of strategic regions on the smallish board.
Based on the hit TV series, based on the books, based on the authors’ long-running game of Necropolis 2350. Between the gravity wells of Earth, Luna and Mars, to the asteroid belt’s many stations, all the way out to the moons of Saturn, players are manipulating the political landscape of the near future galaxy.
It’s the Zombie Apocalypse, but in a Fantasy Medieval setting. The Plague has gotten out of hand and it appears that someone is behind it…
Summer Pavilion offers a more in-depth experience overall than original Azul. Players have more control, there’s more decision making, there’s even a little (albeit very little) added player interaction. It feels a bit more that you earned your score by playing well instead of being left with the last draw on a bad hand. However with this new complexity, the game loses the easy-to-learn element that make the original so quick to get to the table. On our first play, several players reported “I’m just taking stuff for now. I don’t know what is important.”
This is one of our most played games, both at the shop and at home. Qwirkle is laughingly simple to learn and the playfield doesn’t look the same twice. A blend between Dominoes and Scrabble
Game of Thrones requires very little introduction. Political backstabbery between noble families is served as a side with breakfast. But what if you want to be part of this web of deception? Enter, A Game of Thrones: The Board Game … er, Second Edition. Yes, that’s right, the board game is not simply a spin-off from the popular HBO TV series. It’s based on the series of books that has dubbed George RR Martin “The American Tolkien”. This allows for much bigger scope in the game than simply the few events depicted in the TV series.