I have known about Draco Idea’s Sector 6 for a while but never had the chance to get my hands on it. Now the publisher has been very kind to send me a review copy (which will come to the table veeeeeeeeeeery soon so I can give you a full review), I can find out if this game is worth the amount of money you have to pay to get your hands on it!
Thanks to Piotr Żuchowski, I managed to get my hands on an early production copy of Heroes a few months ago. Since then, I’ve managed to do the Unboxing video and play the game a few times and must say loving it every time I play. This is a weird thing for me to say […]
Since its release, Eclipse has seen a lot of success. It’s *very* highly regarded by people who play it and the digital version of the game is truly superb, it has to be said. Of course it’s not a game for everyone. It’s rules heavy, long and very, very deep with tons of things to […]
Lewis & Clark is a game about the American Shopping Spirit. Let me explain. In November 1830, Thomas Jefferson bought Louisiana from the French. Bonaparte probably thought it was too far to take the wife for a weekend stroll and I’m sure he had a war or two to fund, so the cash came in […]
Ok, so for the second Unboxed review I thought I’d go a bit old school. This is Games Workshop’s Dungeonquest, I don’t have the Swedish original (which is still available btw and is called Drakborgen: Legenden (“Dragon Castle: The Legend”) and is produced by the Swedish game company Alga.) The story goes that a couple of Games Workshop employees discovered this game in Sweden and they loved it so much that they brought it back with them, word got around GW HQ and soon the bosses were begging for a licence to produce it in the U.K.