This guide will help you choose which character to play from the massive amounts of characters that are available from all expansions.
This week we are going to cover the rules for Spirit Island in this episode of Reading rulebooks. Check it out!
Over the course of the tournament, I have taken an interest in the vagabond quest deck. Let's break it down!
Bloodborne: The Board Game will challenge you with monsters and mysteries in the gothic world of this classic video game Continue Reading →
Stationfall is a game of hidden identities, secret relationships and asymmetric goals. Continue Reading →
Bullet ♥ is a face-paced real time game where you had to defend yourself while hoping to overwhelm the other players. Continue Reading →
Expand your control over the city, hire adventurers and deploy your agents to become the most powerful Lord of the city. Continue Reading →
Bargain Quest is a card drafting game that deals with the hand management, auction and bidding, and economic management. Continue Reading →
I grew up on watching Homestar Runner. So let's help Trogdor burninate the countryside! Continue Reading →
Consentacle is a game about exploring consent and trust as you and your partner help this alien and human relationship. Continue Reading →
Welp, my partner made an... interesting decision and two boxes full of board games arrived at our door. Bloodborne: The Board Game is one of the newest games from CMON that was kickstarted last year. The game came with the base game and 9 expansions that had full size boxes. That's ten boxes total. TEN. Seriously, I don't totally know what he was thinking but I'm going to enjoy it while it's here. For anybody who doesn't know, Bloodborne is originally a video game developed by FromSoftware. Continue Reading →
There is something alluring about the world made by Lovecraft. The eldritch beings, incomprehensible to the mind, invading our world. And the brave, or perhaps foolish, investigators trying to figure out what's going on and stopping the madness. It's no secret that I absolutely love the Eldritch world and it's no surprise that the board game world is infatuated with it as well. One of the best parts about a lot of these types of board games, is they are cooperative. All players win together or lose together. But it also means the game can be played at really any variable player count! I want to touch on some of the games I completely love from with this theme but trust me there are more out there. Many more. Continue Reading →