Card Games

Card Game Review – Shephy

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 way […]

Boardgame Review – Lord of the Rings living card game.

By Evaldas Bladukas Today my friends we venture into lands wrought with peril and danger, where many board game fans fear to tread. Where wallets collapse and melt like clocks in a Dali painting. Where addictions develop faster than the spreading of narcolepsy when the in-flight movie comes on. We are talking, of course, about […]

Card Game Review – Bedtime Heroes

By Paco Garcia Jaen Although children can get jolly scared when they have a nightmare, more often than not they fight their monsters in their dreams with the help of their favourite toys. Or that is what Bedtime Heroes would want us to do. In this light and simple game, the players are put in […]

Card Game Review – Hanabi

By Michael Chamberlain Do you think with the help of friends you could sort coloured cards numbered from one to five into that order and by colour? That is the question that Hanabi asks of its players. Hanabi is a three to five player cooperative game about creating a firework show. It won this year’s […]

Card Game Review – Fleet

By Michael Chamberlain Fleet, released in 2012 and published by Gryphon from designers Benjamin Pinchback and Matthew Riddle is a card game themed on building your own shipping fleet. The game plays 2-4 players and play time comes in at a very pleasant 30-45 minutes and so far I have found no reason to disagree […]

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