Boardgame review


Nemesis: the board game - review

If you have watched "Alien" then "Nemesis" will be a very familiar setting for you. In this 1-5 player game, the characters wake up from their cryo-sleep as their ship "Nemesis" stops due to an emergency. One of the crew is dead, and the rest of you try to figure out what's going on. The engines sound weird, the interior in many rooms has been smashed, the auto-pilot has been messed with and strange sounds come from ventilation shafts. You need to fix the ship, make sure it is still heading for earth and hurry back into your cryo-pods before the ship settings initiate the next hyper jump.You all work together to solve the problem. Well not really. Everyone have secret objectives, one of them is personal the other being orders from the corporation that employed you to this ship. As the game progresses all of you begin to realize what everyone else is up to. And it is not your survival they have in mind! Also, quite soon you will also turn a corner and stumble upon one of the intruders, (aliens), that killed

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Deep Madness – First Impressions

Deep Madness is a new boardgame from Diemension Games, originally funded via a Kickstarter project in November 2016 and delivered – admittedly almost a year late – in October 2018. Overview It’s a co-operative boardgame designed to be played by 1-6 players. The plot is straight out of a sci-fi/horror movie – the players take the roles of a team of investigators, employed by the Leng Corporation to investigate a mysterious loss of communications from the Kadeth deep-sea mining facility. You discover that the facility appears to have been strangely altered, and seems to be infested by gruesome horrors which may, in fact, be the mutated remains of the crew, or worse – monsters from some other realm of existence. The base game has eight scenarios, which lead the players through the main storyline of the game. There are other expansions which add further scenarios at various points in the story. In look and feel, the game itself is something of a crossover between Mansions of Madness

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