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Reviews & Impressions

Isle of Cats; A Polyomino Game With Drafting! How Does it Compare?

Isle of Cats; A Polyomino Game With Drafting! How Does it Compare?
While Isle of Cats isn't my favorite polyomino game, I certainly do enjoy it. The game takes drafting, a mechanic I love, and combines it with pol...

Tribune; Place Your Workers, Unite the Factions, Destroy Your Friends

Tribune; Place Your Workers, Unite the Factions, Destroy Your Friends
Which quite frankly, is somewhat astonishing to me given that it ranks a mere 7.2 on BoardGameGeek. While I used to say anything above a 7 is a gr...

Claim; Claiming Victory in a Trick Taking Game

Claim; Claiming Victory in a Trick Taking Game
Claim is a 2-player trick-taker in the mode - enticing mix of luck and skill - of ‘Fox in the Forest.’ I get the familiar feeling of wanting to re...

Stormsunder; Yes, You Should Enter the Storm

Stormsunder; Yes, You Should Enter the Storm
This week's game of the week isn't something I've played, but rather a game I'm excited about. The game is Stormsunder, and you have 48 hours left...

Zombie Kidz Evolution: A Legacy Game for Kids

Zombie Kidz Evolution: A Legacy Game for Kids
I've generally enjoyed legacy games, and Zombie Kidz Evolution is no exception.  Zombie Kidz, unlike most legacy games I've played, is intended fo...

Marvel Champions; A Universe Worth Diving Into

Marvel Champions; A Universe Worth Diving Into
Last week I put out a video on Marvel Champions. For those who haven't subscribed (which you totally should!), here's a summary that will touch up...

Sprawlopolis; The Smallest City You'll Ever Build

Sprawlopolis; The Smallest City You'll Ever Build
'Cooperative' and 'puzzle' are two words that I generally don't associate with great gaming experiences; however, Sprawlopolis deserves attention ...

How I Rank Miniatures Games

How I Rank Miniatures Games
This week isn't so much a game of the week as it is my new scoring system for miniature games. I find myself playing more and more miniature games...

Vindication; Vying for Victory Via Vast Volumes of Variation

Vindication; Vying for Victory Via Vast Volumes of Variation
This past week I played Vindication for the very first time. And then proceeded to play it 4 more times over the next 2 days.  Vindication is a fa...

Coimbra; Why I'm Trading a Game I Respect

Coimbra; Why I'm Trading a Game I Respect
One of my business advisors, Rob Slee introduced me in his book ('Private Capital Markets', Wiley, 2011) to a concept called 'value worlds' with r...

Glen More II: Chronicles, a Beautiful and Worthy Succesor

Glen More II: Chronicles, a Beautiful and Worthy Succesor
Glen More II: Chronicles is a very pretty game. So pretty in fact, that I'm debating whether I'm just trying to justify keeping it because of that...

Citadels; Light Screwage & Role Selection, Served Up for Dinner

Citadels; Light Screwage & Role Selection, Served Up for Dinner
Citadels is a fantastic game that continues to age well. I find my collection is often a healthy mix of new and exciting games as well old and tim...