Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small – Review

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Read my review of Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small – Review, a younger 2-player cousin of a more famous farming board game. Should you play it and where? Facts Designer Uwe Rosenberg Artist Klemens Franz Year published 2012 Players 2 players Playing time 30 minutes Complexity light/medium Link to BoardGameGeek page Theme Agricola is … Read more

Friday Board Game Review – A Solo Deck-Builder

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Friday, a small, 30-minutes solo deck-building board game ahs been around for almost a decade. Read my Friday Board Game Review to find out if it’s worth buying. Facts Designer: Friedemann Friese Artists: Harald Lieske, Marcel-André Casasola Merkle Year published: 2011 Players: single-player only Playing time: 20-30 minutes Complexity: light/medium Link to BoardGameGeek page Price: … Read more

Caverna: Cave vs Cave Review

Caverna Cave vs Cave Review Feature

Caverna: Cave vs Cave is a 2-player board from the renowned designer Uwe Rosenberg. It’s a simplified edition of it’s bigger brother. Read the Caverna: Cave vs Cave Review to find out if it keeps the theme, appeal, and depth of the original Caverna. Link to BoardGameGeek page Designer: Uwe Rosenberg Artist: Klemens Franz Year … Read more

Killslash Journaling Game Review

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The Bloody Spike Chainsaw Massacre It’s finally here. The day I’ve been preparing myself the entire year. As I swoosh silently through the forest, the memory is still fresh. As many years before, Getaway, a popular teen holiday resort in the countryside, was full of joyful youth. Among them was my nephew, little Tommy. But, … Read more

7 Wonders Duel Review – The Best 2-Player Board Game?

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In this article, you can read my 7 Wonders Duel Review, a highly praised 2-player card-drafting game. Link to BoardGameGeek page Designers: Antoine Bauza, Bruno Cathala Artist: Miguel Coimbra Year published: 2015 Players: 2 only Playing time: 30 minutes Complexity: light/medium Price: check here If you click on an affiliate link and decide to buy … Read more

Charterstone Board Game Review

Charterstone Board Game Review

Legacy games are a popular form of board gaming. They string together individual plays with story, decisions and consequences into a larger campaign. Even though we would normally associate them with thematic games, euro games are no strangers to the legacy concept. Introduction Unless you have been living under the rock, you’ve probably heard of … Read more

Isle of Skye Board Game Review

Isle of Skye Board Game Review

Tile placing games are one of the easiest board games to get in. Mechanics are usually quite straightforward and there is an indescribable satisfaction, as you watch your realm grow and expand. I’ve featured some tile-laying games before and now it’s time for Isle of Skye Board Game Review. Writing about Isle of Skye, it’s … Read more

Carcassonne vs Kingdomino

Carcassonne vs Kingdomino

When it comes to tile-placing mechanics, you’ll come across two titles as board game genre’s main representatives. This article puts them side by side, Carcassonne vs Kingdomino and compares their features and game mechanics. If you’re on the verge of buying a tile-placing title, it may just steer you in the right direction. Carcassonne Facts … Read more

Splendor Board Game Review

Splendor Board Game Review

I’ve heard the word Splendor used a lot in the board gaming circles, but I never really played the game or went exploring what it is about. Until recently – I’ve had plenty of opportunity to play. This Splendor Board Game Review is the result of me finally discovering Splendor. What do I think about … Read more

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