Brian Pros: Even with the amount of cards in this game, it was quick to pull out, set up, and play. The concept of an evolving game board that can be reset whenever you like is cool. I liked seeing
Mark Summary: The name of Alexander Pfister should become commonplace for you if it already hasn’t. Pfister has created some recent Spiel des Jahres award winners, so it’s no wonder that Stronghold Games snatched this game up when they had
Brian Pros: Quick filler that is actually quite fun. You can teach this game to pretty much all ages and it plays up to 8 people. I can see this game being great to break out at family get togethers.
Brian Pros: This game uses the same time/action selection mechanic found in Matthias Cramer’s other game Glen More. The action selection mechanic works great here. Skipping way out ahead to take the tile you want/need really puts a tough decision
From a 2am start to screaming hilarity due to late night sessions of Captain Sonar, this Fall BGG.Con was simply the best one yet! This isn’t hyperbole or “Cult of the New” for those of you pessimists out there. This