Game Review – Photosynthesis

In a small forest, several varieties of trees compete to grow and spread their seeds. As trees grow, leaves that are exposed to the sun and cast shadows on smaller trees around it. Over time, the larger trees will reach the end of their life cycle, falling to create room for new trees to grow…

Game Review – Flip Ships

It was just another ordinary day when the invasion happened. The sky went dark and, through the clouds, you could see a massive object floating for what felt like an eternity. There was an eerie calm before the invasion began as wave after wave of alien fighter crafts swarmed from the hull of their mothership….

Game Review – Loot the Body!

Like many adventurers, obtaining the greatest treasure imaginable is the ultimate goal. When a group of adventurers in Dragon’s Den Inn heard of an ancient dungeon that could provide unimaginable treasure, they set out to work together to acquire some awesome loot. In B Team Games’ upcoming Kickstarter Loot the Body!, players work to defeat…

Game Review – Magic Maze

In adventure movies, everything usually goes right for the band of merry heroes and you never really see any major setbacks in their journey. The party is usually well-equipped and ready for a perilous journey, but what would happen if all of their belongings got taken from them? This is where Magic Maze shows us…

Gen Con 50 Recap

The best four days of gaming in 2017 has come to an end and it sure was a blast. There was a record number of attendees for Gen Con’s 50th show, which resulted in all badges being sold out for the first time in its history. But this didn’t phase us as we braved the…

Gen Con 2017 Preview

In a few days, we’re making the trek to Indianapolis for the best four days of gaming – Gen Con! This will be our second time going, with the first being in 2015. With a 10-hour drive to tackle, we’ve got some time to think about all the exciting events and anticipate the games we’re…

Game Review – Word Domination

WANTED: Calling all criminal masterminds for the biggest heist in history! Get ready to S-P-E-L-L your way to victory with Uproarious Games’ Word Domination – a masterfully blended word/strategy game. Designer:  Jeff Beck Artist: Ryan Goldsberry Publisher: Uproarious Games Genre: Word Game, Area Control, Tile Placement Players: 2-4 Play Time: 20-45 minutes Number of Logged Plays: 3…

Game Review – Yokohama

Japan has just opened itself up to the foreign trade market and Yokohama is the premier hub for all of Japan’s exports. There is a lot of potential money to be made in this market so all the merchants of the city came out in droves to make a name for themselves. Players will take…

Game Review – Too Many Bones

It’s time to take down a tyrant! Too Many Bones is a cooperative, dice-based, adventure role-playing game (RPG) that will test a team of Gearlocs with deadly monsters and games of skill on their quest to defeat a tyrant threatening the lands. With seven unique tyrants to defeat, the Gearlocs have quite a challenge in front…

Game Review – 5 Minute Dungeon

Dungeons rarely take five minutes to navigate, but in this speed card game, heroes from all classes must work together to defeat obstacles, people, events, and, ultimately, the evil dungeon master. But quick – you only have five minutes! Designer: Connor Reid Artist: Alex Diochon Publisher:KOSMOS & Wiggles 3D Genre: Real-time/Speed Game, Cooperative Players: 2-5 Play…

Game Review – Unfair

In the world of amusement park management, the competition is cutthroat. Though selling fun is the goal, it’s not always fun and games. In CMON Limited and Good Games Publishing latest game, Unfair, players compete to build the best possible amusement park. Designer: Joel Finch Artist: Nicole Castles, Lina Cossette, David Forest, Philippe Poirier Publisher: CMON…

Game Review – Great Western Trail

Greetings ranchers! We’re in need of some quality cattle in this here parts, and the best come from Texas. Calling all ranchers prepared to wrangle up herds of cattle, get them to Kansas City, and load them onto trains for delivery. But this is no easy task because the trail is full of hazards, and…

Game Review – Monikers

In an ever-growing sea of available party games, it’s hard to stand out. But the game Monikers by Palm Court manages to shine, and provides a great experience that is guaranteed to get people out of their comfort zone! (We also have the Monikers: Schmonikers  expansion so some cards in our pictures may not be…

Game Review – Aeon’s End

In a world overtaken by darkness, a dwindling group surviving the invasion from the Nameless creatures years ago is all that remains of humanity. The underground city of Gravehold is the last beacon of hope as some of the survivors learned to harness the power of the breaches that brought the Nameless creatures. Using energy from various…

Game Review – Santorini

What do youthful versions of gods do for fun? They compete against each other to see who’s the best at guiding civilians at constructing a city in the Aegean Sea, of course! The young gods had so much fun doing this, they decided to turn it into a competitive game. The name of this game…