Hawaii Board Game Review – Paradise?

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In this Hawaii Board Game Review, you can learn about a decade-old board game, that was once highly reputable. How has it aged? How does it play in 2021? Introduction to Hawaii Board Game Review Growing up under the communist boot, the word Hawaii meant paradise to us. A place to escape, a place where … Read more

Tokaido Board Game Review – Zen-Tourist

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In this article, you can learn about Tokaido, a game that takes you to travel the old Japan and experience its beauties on the way. Read the full Tokaido Board Game Review below. Introduction to Tokaido Board Game Review Board games are oftentimes based around fierce competition and hurrying towards objectives. Tokaido is different. It’s … Read more

Mysterium Board Game Review – Mystery Wrapped in Art

Below you can read my Mysterium Board Game Review. It’s one of the most popular deduction group games. Find out what makes it special and why I recommend it. Introduction to Mysterium Board Game Review Designers: Oleksandr Nevskiy, Oleg Sidorenko Year published: 2015 Players: 2-7, best with 5-6 Playing time: 45 minutes Complexity: light/medium Theme … Read more

Patchwork Game Review – How to Sew a Quilt?

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Uwe Rosenberg is one of the greatest board game designers in history. In 2014, he surprised us with an abstract tile-placement game, Patchwork. Read this Patchwork Game Review to learn why I believe everyone should play Patchwork. Introduction to Patchwork Game Review Great abstract games follow similar principles. First, they are very easy to learn. … Read more

Camel Up Review – Crazy Camels!

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In this Camel Up Review learn about the popular racing/betting game. How to play, is it any good, who it’s for, and which edition is best? Introduction to Camel Up Review Every now and then a board game comes with the sole purpose of creating a fun time. From the ridiculous theme (camels racing around … Read more

Lewis & Clark Board Game – Review

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Good non-wargame history board games are not easy to make. One of those that best interpret the historical event is Lewis & Clark Board Game. Set on an expedition, interact with Indians, and try to be the first to reach the Pacific coast. Is it both historically accurate and a good game? A Brief History … Read more

Gloomhaven: Jaws of the Lion – Review

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Jaws of the Lion is the latest entry to the ever-expanding Gloomhaven universe. Read my Gloomhaven: Jaws of the Lion – Review to find out whether the slimmer version retains the qualities of its big brother. Gloomhaven: Jaws of the Lion Facts Published: 2020 Designer: Isaac Childres Players: 1-4, works well with all numbers Playing … Read more

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