For some reason I am getting to like silly little games that hardly take any time to play, are easy to learn and can be enjoyed with many people. Maybe something to do with my age, with my lack of patience for loooooooooooooong rules manuals and the fact that sometimes playing something silly and pointless is good fun. Who knows!
Small World was one of this year’s Meeple’s Choice Awards, and with good reason. This game, similar to Days of Wonder’s other juggernaut, Ticket to Ride, combines simple rules with a focus on strategy to create a game that’s easy to learn, but provides a challenge each time.
By Jeremy Salinas On my “Want to Purchase” list of GenCon 2010 releases, Constantinopolis was at the very bottom, teetering on the edge of “falling off”completely. In fact, as I perused the FFG Booth on Thursday afternoon while waiting patiently in line to pick up my copies of DungeonQuest and Dust Tactics, I noticed on […]