In our The Sherlock Files: Elementary Entries review, we take a look at a cooperative crime-solving game from Indie Boards and Cards. The post The Sherlock Files: Elementary Entries Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
A dense rulebook and a table full of components are not necessary for tough decisions to be present in a game. In fact, some of the hardest decisions I’ve seen in games come from those that are just a deck of cards and maybe a couple of tokens. Examples for this include Race for the […]
“Here. Review this,” said….Andrew? He briefly glanced up from a significant pile of wooden cubes to hand me the newest expansion to Alien Artifacts (review of the core game here), Alien Artifacts: Breakthrough. “Where is Tony?” I asked as I took the game from his hands. “Uhhh….you saw him leave. He pulled his best Matthew […]
In our 5-Minute Mystery review, we look at a real-time cooperative game from Connor Reid and Wiggles 3D. The post 5-Minute Mystery Review (Kickstarter Preview) appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
PUNY MORTALS! It is I, the GREAT CTHULHU once again in your electronic presence. The human Tony has again summoned me from my slumber in R’lyeh to review games of human interest. For those of you unfamiliar with my great works, feast your sanity on my previous reviews of Necronomicards, Pocket Madness, All Manor of […]
Owing to this struggle for life, any variation, however slight and from whatever cause proceeding, if it be in any degree profitable to an individual of any species, in its infinitely complex relations to other organic beings and to external nature, will tend to the preservation of that individual, and will generally be inherited by […]
In our Beatdown: Streets of Justice review, we take a look at a cooperative push-your-luck fighting game from Matt Barr and Piston City Games. The post Beatdown: Streets of Justice Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
The life of prehistoric cave folk is hard. Foraging just isn’t getting it done anymore. Just a handful of nuts every now and then. But you really could go for a big fat steak and that mammoth next to the cliff is how you are going to get it. In Wooly Whammoth, you’ll take control […]
Its the purrfect time for the fishing festival. The competition is furr-midable at this year’s Miauian competition. It’ll take a clever diver to see all the paws-ibilities in the sea. Will it end in mew-sury, or will the tail of your fishing prowess be sung by cats throughout the land? Miaui is the cat-ch of […]
Gamewright is a publisher with extensive experience in kids games and lighter weight card games. They typically bring to market family friendly themes and ultrabasic gameplay with just a drop of heavier “gamer” decision making. Dragonwood, their 2015 title that featured card+dice play with adventurers out to capture creatures was a success that has now […]
“Here. Review this,” said Tony. He casually tossed SpaceCorp 2025-2300 AD at me from his…NASA flight rated space suit? “Ummmm,” I started, trailing off. “I am out of here. This planet is running out of resources. Also, that game has taught me all I need to know about space travel.” I literally had no reply. […]
Zipping silently through the land, nimble ninjas make their way to the stronghold of their enemy. This army of stealthy assassins approaches your kingdom. Can you use wile and the powers of your own ninja to defeat them? Tiny Ninjas is a hand management/push your luck game for 1-2 players that takes about ten minutes […]
In our Maximum Apocalypse review, we take a look at a cooperative survival game from Mike Gnade and Rock Manor Games. The post Maximum Apocalypse Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
Readers who were alive in the early 1990s and happened to stop in at the local arcade (the brilliant yet near-twilight age of standup video games), couldn’t help but see gaggles of fans encircled around Street Fighter II. More than any other game, Street Fighter II invented an entire genre of video games. You can […]
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.