In our Village Attacks review, we take a look at a cooperative tower defense game from Adam Smith and Grimlord Games. The post Village Attacks Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
Ah time to catch up on some of those side projects… Oh. As you might have guess by the slow down on the main blog, I just didn’t have time for very much other than moderns for the last little bit and so my fantasy adventuring plans have gone literally nowhere. I still have a pile of unpainted models on my desk and I have yet to even play a single game of Open Combat. However, that wasn’t going to stop me picking up some sprues and creating a few more adventurers to go into the dungeons. Kicked off by the arrival of single spures on ebay for the new female soldiers, I quickly grabbed some off eBay and got to work. ghost archipelago Crewmen Hailing from the more tropical realms of Frostgrave’s sister game Ghost Archipelago, these 5 figures have a bit more of a tropical pirate vibe to them. However, I think they would work pretty well as the townsfolk of this northern town once they are indoors or in the underground. For this reason, I decided to go with the less R
The following are some test rules for a Pulp 80’s style Modern Installation dungeon crawl. Players control an Insertion team and one player controls the defending forces. Designate one or more rooms as targets for the teams and put an enemy commander and a blip in each target room.Installation RulesCover: All rooms provide -1 basic cover. Players receiving fire from outside of a room gain -2 cover.Cameras: Cameras in rooms may be destroyed by shooting the camera. This take the place of any other shooting. Cameras may be Hacked by an Electronics expert on an Easy Dare! Test or by any other trooper with a Hard Dare! Test, only one attempt per Activation. A Hacked Camera counts against the Blip Generation rolls.Locked Doors/Barricades: Players may attempt to lock a door instead of shooting or Hand to Hand. Character must be in contact with the door and roll a successful DARE! Check. Place a die with the number of successes by the do
Here we take a look at Resident Evil 2: The Board Game, an upcoming co-op from Steamforged Games based on the popular video game. The post Coming Soon – Resident Evil 2: The Board Game appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
In our Direwild review, we look at a cooperative deck building game in which you get to create unique animals to help you defeat tough enemies. The post Direwild Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
I was listening to a tabletop gaming podcast and they made a passing reference to the solitaire game Four Against Darkness from Ganesha Games.I looked it up and it's a thin paperback booklet that is very cheap, about $12 US on Amazon with several expan...