Board Game Reviews


Shadowrun Sprawl Ops Board Game Review

Stats: No. of players: 2-4 Amount of time to play: 60-90 min Age requirements: 12+ Set-up time: 5 min Shadow Run Sprawl Ops is a worker placement game and dice roller where you must build a team, gear up, and complete missions to win. Shadowrun Sprawl Ops Rules Description: In order to win Shadowrun Sprawl Ops, you need to finish the final mission. This requires a team of runners equipped with the right gear and some luck. You start Shadowrun Sprawl Ops with three runners and 20k Nuyen (monies). On your turn you place one of your runners on a location on the board. Different locations only allow a certain number of runners. Some location actions resolve immediately while others resolve later in the round. Runners come in five classes; Street Samurai, Decker, Mage, Rigger, and Face. Each class adds different dice to your mission runs and some gear might only be for different classes. You can hire additional runners that tend to be better than the ones you start with. Some runners are even multi-class co

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A Tale of Pirates Review

In our A Tale of Pirates review, we take a look at a cooperative, real-time, pirate-themed board game from Cranio Creations. The post A Tale of Pirates Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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Chronicles of Crime: Welcome to Redview Review

In our Chronicles of Crime: Welcome to Redview review, we take a look at the second expansion for the crime solving game Chronicles of Crime. The post Chronicles of Crime: Welcome to Redview Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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Board Game Squad Giveaway!

Board Game Squad Giveaway – Enter to Win Welcome to the The Giveaway Geek, the geek that keeps on giving; I am pleased to announce that I have teamed up with the Board Game Squad, the blog that brings us Board Game Reviews and More Kickstarter. We present the Board Game Squad Giveaway! Enter to win below, good luck! One winner will receive: Teotihuacan: City of the Gods (MSRP $49.95) and the upcoming expansion, Teotihuacan: Late Preclassic Period (MSRP $35.00) Prize value is approximately $84.95 USD. This giveaway will end August 21, 2019 at 11:59 PM CST and is open to US Residents only – Some exclusions may apply. Please make sure you read the official Giveaway Geek†rules before entering.†For any questions, thoughts or feedback†leave a comment using the form at the bottom of this post or use the form on my contact page to shoot me an email. > Get Your Daily Entries to Other Great Prizes < Board Game Squad Giveaway! Disclaimer This giveaway is not endorsed or connected to Google, Amazon

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Teotihuacan: City of the Gods & upcoming expansion Giveaway!

Board Game Squad Giveaway – Enter to Win Welcome to the The Giveaway Geek, the geek that keeps on giving; I am pleased to announce that I have teamed up with the Board Game Squad, the blog that brings us Board Game Reviews and More. We present the Board Game Squad Giveaway! Enter to win below, good luck! One winner will receive: Teotihuacan: City of the Gods (MSRP $49.95) and the upcoming expansion, Teotihuacan: Late Preclassic Period (MSRP $35.00) Prize value is approximately $84.95 USD. This giveaway will end August 21, 2019 at 11:59 PM CST and is open to US Residents only – Some exclusions may apply. Please make sure you read the official Giveaway Geek†rules before entering.†For any questions, thoughts or feedback†leave a comment using the form at the bottom of this post or use the form on my contact page to shoot me an email. > Get Your Daily Entries to Other Great Prizes < Board Game Squad Giveaway! Disclaimer This giveaway is not endorsed or connected to Google, Amazon or Paypal.

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Gloom of Kilforth Review

In our Gloom of Kilforth review, we take a look at a fantasy card game from Tristan Hall and Hall or Nothing Productions. The post Gloom of Kilforth Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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Downforce Board Game Review

Stats: No. of players: 2-6 Amount of time to play: 30-60 min Age requirements: 10+ Set-up time: 5 min Downforce combines racing and betting and is remake of the classic Daytona 500. To win you need to bet well, manage your hand, and burn rubber. Downforce Rules Description: You begin Downforce by dealing out all the cards and then buying a car. One by one all six cars are auctioned off. You bid with your cards with the highest bidder noting the amount they paid next on their score sheet. You might end up buying two cars depending on the number of players. Along with the car you win, you get a special ability. If you win more than one car, you may only keep one of your abilities. The cards you have will show up to all six cars and number. When you play a card you must move the cars the exact number of spaces matching that number starting with the top car and moving down. Cars must be move forward, not side to side, and must stop if they are blocked by others cars. Then the played card is discarded. At ce

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Dragon Keepers Review

In our Dragon Keepers review, we take a look at a fantasy card and dice game from Vital Lacerda, Catarina Lacerda, and Knight Works. The post Dragon Keepers Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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Between Two Castles of Mad King Ludwig Review

Stats: No. of players: 2 -7 Amount of time to play: 45-60 min Age requirements: 10+ Set-up time: 5 min Between Two Castles of Mad Ludwig combines mechanics from Between Two Cities with those from Castles of Mad King Ludwig. Between Two Castles of Mad King Ludwig Rules Description: I have not played Castles of Mad King Ludwig, but I have played and reviewed Between Two Cities. Between Two Castles of Mad King Ludwig takes the semi-cooperative and drafting mechanics from the Between Two Cities and combines them the theme from Castles of Mad King Ludwig. In Between Two Castles of Mad King Ludwig you are building a castle with the players beside you. Your lower scoring castle provides you with your final score. Each round you choose two tiles to place in your castles. One tile must be placed in each castle. Some tiles must be placed above or below ground (represented by your starting tile). While some cannot have any tiles placed above them. All tiles have two symbols on them. One represents the tiles type. T

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