Well. Let's see if I can remember how to do this. It's been two years since I've written anything here, but when Jackson Pope, the nice designer of FlickFleet reached out to the wider community asking for reviewers that like dexterity games, my name came up. (Apparently I haven't done a good enough job convincing everyone else in the world, and thus new reviewers, that dexterity games are truly the greatest kind of game there is. (Well. I mean, I guess if you consider sports to be dexterity games, then I'm in the vast majority of the population as a whole in thinking that dexterity games are the best.)) And then I started hearing things like "new dexterity game" and "flick pieces for movement" and all of the normal things that immediately gather my attention. So here I am. Wow, that was a long winded way to say, "Hi, I'm back for now, but don't expect this to be a regular thing."So, what is FlickFleet? It's a game. There's flicking and stuff. T
In our Menara review, we look at a cooperative dexterity game from Zoch Verlag in which you're attempting to reconstruct an ancient temple. The post Menara Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
So, I heard that there was a game where you each have a monkey catapult and you shoot coconuts. I was sold. I thought about that being the extent of my review, but since I was given a copy from the publisher, I figured I should say a few mo...