The Marvel Edition of Smash-Up (a collaboration by AEG and USAopoly) brings your favorite Marvel characters to life in the Smash Up Universe.
This is a great modernization of the classic card game that can fit in anyone's game pantry.
With easy gameplay, simple mechanics, and a really fun theme, this game is great for casual friends who just want a quick game to play while hanging out.
Facade Games is back with another installment of its dark cities series. This time, we are looking at the city of Bristol England in 1350.
Smash Up is a terrific game that belongs in everyone's game collection.
The player boards are some of the most well-designed boards that I have ever seen, and the map manages to capture the whimsy of the characters and the seriousness of a map strategy game.
This is strong overall offering and a great game, and expansion, to add to your collection. It lives up to the hype.
Draconis Invasion addresses many of the flaws in classic deck builder games, which makes it an evolution of the genre that may be ahead of its time.
This game is worth picking up. It is a storytelling game, so that means you are sitting down for the full 1.5 hours if you have a full group.
While this wargame is for adults only, it's a solid addition to any wargame or RPG collection.
There is nothing on the market like this. It is easy to haul (it even fits in my little convertible), it is playable by anyone, and if you need more challenge just move the chairs further than the 40 general rules.
This is a great mid-box game for your collection. Anyone can play fairly easy, but the balancing speed and planning will take many game plays to master.
For a fun family yard game - manufactured in the United States - for all your summer parties, look no further than Mozark's Cubockle.
Number of Players: 6 Time: Approx 1 Hour Age: 10+ Gamer Type: Strategy, Casual Game Type: Strategy, Space Quest Complexity: 6 If you enjoyed last week's review of Nova Lux…
Overall, this is a great small box game. Space is a great theme for gaming and Nova Lux will not disappoint.
Plunder: A Pirate's Life is highly recommended for all levels of gamers. It's an intricate getaway game anyone can pick up in a short time.
The Inca Empire is an under-explored area in the gaming world...until now. This is a great introduction to Inca ideas, if not Inca culture.
This game holds its place as one of the granddaddies of the silver age of gaming, one any serious collector should have on their shelf.
Usurp the King is a fun game of political strategy. With quick rules and an open playstyle, it's sure to become one of your favorites.
This is a fun game that the whole family can play, but it also has the depth to keep hardcore gamers playing.