Tag: Games

Game Review: Quests and Cannons: The Risen Island

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. ...

Review: Election Night In America

It is a game you can pick up at any time and people can play across the political divide. Election Night in America has the ability to get people talking, civilly, over a game about a serious issue in our country....

Game Review: Regency

Regency by Pique Games is an interesting and entertaining card game in which players vie to become the greatest ruler in history. ...

Game Review: Cretaceous

Game Summary # of players: 2-4 Time: 30-60 Minutes Age:8 + Game Type: Explore and Capture Gamer Type: Casual-Moderate Complexity: 5 I think that at some time or another, everyone has dreamed about seeing a dinosaur. Whether you were imagining driving through Jurassic Park, filming them on a dinosaur...

Review: Shaka Shredders – Rivals Magnetized Card Game

The World’s First Game Played with Magnetic, Customizable Cards Game Summary: Number of Players: 2Time: 15-30 minutesAge: 10+Gamer Type: casual to moderateGame Type: card battleComplexity: 5 The fatal flaw of many card games is often that once you play them enough times, the cards get stale. For years, companies...

Game Review: As Per My Last Email

As Per My Last Email is a an above-average Apples to Apples style game. While having a great time, playing the game allows you to vent work frustrations....

Game Review: ‘Sixpence Bakery’

Here is a fun and educational Mother Goose-themed, easy to learn and play, tabletop card game that the entire family can enjoy....

Game Review: Gnomes at Midnight

From being an excellent two-player game to allowing a wide age range to play, Gnomes at Midnight is definitely a great game for your collection....