Dexterity game night! We played Flick ’em Up!: Dead of Winter and Junk Art in preparation for talking about our dexterity game preferences.
We played Tapestry! Photos featuring Robert enjoying having stolen Justine’s Era IV navigation track building with a tapestry card probably a little too much 🙂 . Is the game too hyped? Does it live up to it? Tune in to our next podcast where we will be spotlighting the game and talking about the mechanics […]
Playing Alchemists like: Fascinating “academia simulator” game with worker placement, experiments, and publishing theories by first (and only time?) designer Matúš Kotry and published by CGE. Not a new release, but relatively new to our group as we explore digital apps in board games.
We’ve been playing some dexterity games lately in-between larger games. Catch the Moon is a neat, fun, and relaxing short game where you get to interlock ladders with each other and create a great-looking surrealist sculpture.
I played Tower of Madness again at International Games Day at the Viridian Event Center – Salt Lake City, UT . Fun, lighthearted Ker Plunk and Yahtzee mash-up in the H. P. Lovecraft universe. It is quite silly, and it seems like a terrible mix for people who prefer Euro games, but the sheer fun […]
Halloween games played yesterday evening. Nightmarium (Revised Edition) is just silly fun. It’s a luck-ridden, take that card combo game, but it’s entertaining to play and you get to build cool-looking monsters! I might not play it throughout the year, but I liked Dead of Winter. We got wrecked by a traitor (and a pseudo-traitor […]