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 […]
By Paco Garcia Jaen Dig Mars was one of Michael Chamberlain’s finds at Spiel 2013. A Science Fiction boardgame in which the players mine for resources in Mars in order to build their commercial empire. Performing different actions that will award Fortune Points, players control their diggers and reveal tiles to explore the surface of […]
This instalment of the Evocative City Site-series from Rite Publishing is 21 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page SRD and 2 pages of advertisements, leaving 16 pages for the new city site.
Ever found (or thought about buying) a robe of useful items but couldn’t be bothered to design the required stat blocks or take the time to generate exactly what the robe contains? Robes of Useful Items banishes these problems! This PLAYER’S RESOURCE contains a detailed write-up of the standard version […]
This game has straight A’s as far as the miniatures go. Any game that provides the same miniatures that the stand alone Dungeon & Dragons Miniatures Game provides can never be questioned. This game does just that, it provides the buyer with 41 unpainted minis that are identical to the D&D Minis line. The miniatures are a gem to paint for any of you painters out there, and the fine detail sculpted into each character or creature is excellent.