By Paco Garcia Jaen I believe there is no such thing as a dull theme for a game if the theme is well implemented. A lot of people dished Fleet for being a game about gathering a fishing fleet and yet love Terra Mystica even though the theme is pretty crap. Shephy goes some … [Read more...] about Card Game Review – Shephy
By Paco Garcia Jaen Knee Jerk, an upcoming game by Knapsack Games is described as “The party game of instant reactions!” I have to say I found that slogan to be rather uninspiring. Party games that require instant reactions are ten a penny (or a dime… or whatever currency … [Read more...] about Card Game Review – Knee Jerk
Pixel Tactics was released by one of my favourite companies, Level 99 a while ago to great success, but not enough because Level 99 deserve a lot of success. They have consistently released good quality games of a variety of styles and genres, including Roleplaying Games, card … [Read more...] about Podcast Eposide – The Board Game review Room: Pixel Tactics
Smash Up, published by Alderac Entertainment Group in 2012, has seen quite a success for a card game that, by just reading its description, shouldn’t work. It sounds totally bonkers. Mix two decks of totally themes that you wouldn’t think of mixing, like Zombies and Fairies, … [Read more...] about Podcast Episode – The Boardgame Review Room: Smash Up!
Frankenstein is one of the most lovable “monsters” of literature. The nature of its genesis, the helplessness, the unfairness of the time and situation… It’s a truly sad and tragic story. To say that movies, plays, paintings, sculptures and pretty much any art expression you can … [Read more...] about Podcast Episode – The Boardgame Interview Room: Frankenstein’s Bodies with Andrew Harman