Up? Turn? Flip? Is that red with red or red with green? Down? Are those stripes? Like a bizarro maze, Layers might have you turned around a little backward, sideways, and maybe even upside down. Can you figure out the pattern and stack your shapes in time? Layers is a pattern building puzzle game for […]
Note: This preview uses pre-release components and rules. What you see here may be different from the final, published game. This post was a paid preview, you can find out more information here. “Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown.” ~William Shakespeare “It’s Good to be King.” ~Tom Petty Based on the popular phone app, Reigns: The Council […]
Sometimes a concept that’s so incredibly simple can be the most fun. A deck of cards, a few Tetris-style shapes, and three players. That’s all you need to play Team3, the new stacking game from publisher Brain Games (Ice Cool, Reef Route). What’s it about? Designers Alex Cutler and Matt Fantastic decided to take the […]
In our Letter Jam review, we take a look at a cooperative word game from Ondra Skoupý and Czech Games Edition. The post Letter Jam Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
In our Meeple Party review, we take a look at a cooperative puzzle-solving game from Heather O'Neill and 9th Level Games. The post Meeple Party Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
Isaac Asimov penned a series of short stories later to become collected anthologies involving the “what if” questions humanity is likely to have once robots become more than just automatons. When combined with artificial intelligence and a human appearance, robots transcend their intended function and could possibly take a different role in society altogether. However, […]
I have fond memories of playing Taboo with family and friends at gatherings probably 10 years ago. If you aren’t familiar, in Taboo you try to get your team to guess a word without saying the other words on the card. The other team would have someone sit next to you with a buzzer and […]
“Woman… woe-man… whoah, man! She was a thief, you got to believe, She stole my heart and my cat.” – So I married an Axe Murderer Its slam poetry night – groovy, daddyo. Are you the hippest cat in the room? Poetry Slam will challenge even the most swinging rhymesters to create a couplet that […]
Here we take a look at One Key, an upcoming cooperative deduction game from Libellud. The post Coming Soon – One Key appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
Note: This preview uses pre-release components and rules. What you see here may be different from the final, published game. This post was a paid preview, you can find out more information here. Building sagas, following quest chains, telling tales of your adventures – Story Builders is a game system for storytellers. Using interconnecting tokens, players will weave the […]
The May 23, 2003 issue of Entertainment Weekly was dedicated almost entirely to counting down the top 50 cult movies. My friends and I spent the vast majority of that summer trying to track down and watch as many movies as we could on that list. The movie in the #1 spot: This is Spinal […]
Party games are a dime a dozen these days. Most of them are some take on guessing either words or pop-culture references based on clues given by your teammates. Well, Word Slam is no different in that respect. However, it takes quite a different spin on what clues you can give and gives players a […]
In our Just One review, we take a look at a cooperative party game from Ludovic Roudy, Bruno Sautter, and Repos Production. The post Just One Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
Two colors, two sets of tangram tiles, and 90 seconds – you’ll need all your creativity to try to convey your secret word! Can you get the other players to guess you’re holding the word duck using nothing but triangles, squares, and rhombuses? Can you guess that your friend has drawn a garbage can with […]
Anyone who knows me knows that I love beer and try new kinds all the time. I also enjoy learning about beer history and facts. So here’s some timely and interesting info for you. If someone asks you how Octoberfest (or Märzen) style beers came to be, it was because of a royal wedding; or […]