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.
Hot Dice Miniatures has another great new double sided mat; this time an apocalyptic badland and blasted moonscape! Check it out HERE: https://www.hotdiceminiatures.com/4×4-gaming-mats/trench-foot-double-sided-gaming-mat
My earliest memory of a car ride was that of a hot, sunny day and how much havoc it was wrecking on my five-year-old tushy. For you see, my cousins and I had been bundled onto the PVC-covered backseat of a Volkswagen Beetle. So there we were, bouncing up and down, trying hard to minimize contact with the uncomfortably warm plastic seats as my aunt's beige-colored Beetle pulled slowly away from
The first expansion for Adeptus Titanicus adds 8 new Legios, 5 new Maniples and a set of basic campaign rules for linking your games of Adeptus Titanicus. Check out my full review!
In our Palm Island review, we take a look at a resource management card game from Jon Mietling and Portal Dragon. The post Palm Island Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
In late 2017 Warlord Games covered the Opel Blitz / Maultier combi plastic kit for Bolt Action. The truck is one of the workhorses of the German army, transporting troops, supplies and ammunition were they were needed. The Opel Blitz is the most known of these trucks, other companies like Ford or Daimler supplied their […]
So for those keeping up I recently reviewed the Wrathmonger box which is a lovely kit, but more importantly I was left with many spares. So I have 5 torsos, a load of weapon options and some front plates to … Continue reading →
For years, I had a hobby area that was functional, but not quite so nice to showcase. In a recent The post Review: Paint Rack for Dropper Bottles by Six Squared Studios appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
We are back from our break and ready to tackle another year of board gaming podcasting. Or as a listener pointed out to us, making background noise. We love comments like this because they truly keep us grounded and never take offense to them. Anyway, in this episode we discuss our events over the holidays, do a Flying Squirrel segment, and give impressions of two games that made it to the table. Master of Wills by Stormcrest Games is a deck building card game that has a twist on winning the game. Your score is determined at the end of the eighth round based on the number of citizens you have on your side of the board. When you pick a Citizen card at the start of your turn, they will have abilities on them that will impact the game by allowing you to play special cards from your faction deck that you built prior to the start. There are different factions in the game allowing for increased replayability. This one is straight forward, but very tactical and made for fun games. Too Many Bones: Undertow was the ne
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Based upon the already available Opel Blitz Kit (RM280026), Rubicon published the Maultier variant that replaces the rear wheels with tracks. As with some of their other kits, like the SdKfz 25x, they cover further accessories. For the Blitz and Maultier there is the option to upgrade the cargo bed with the box body "Einheitskoffer". […]
In our MacGyver: The Escape Room Game review, we take a look at an escape room game from Pressman Toy Corporation The post MacGyver: The Escape Room Game Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
The holiday season, for me, means a lot of travel, which means less hobby time, and my mother-in-law’s kitchen is not the best place to do catch-up coding for various projects for the blog. Which means a lot of time to read. Fortunately for me, Titandeath, the latest installment of the slowly-winding-down Horus Heresy series was just released, and given I love me some Titans, this seemed like an excellent way to occupy myself on a couple long flights. And since the Horus Heresy series is now of the size where many people are (correctly) picking and choosing what to read, I thought a review might come in handy. Spoilers and Opinions Ahead In my mind, there is no such thing as an objective review of an artistic project, and I’m not going to attempt to review the book without spoilers, as many of my opinions on it rest on particular bits of plot and text. So what follows is both opinion and laced with spoilers. You’ve been warned. It will not however be a play-by-play of the book, just a revie
It’s time to check out another new Warhammer: Age of Sigmar Battletome. This time the scurrilous Grotz have been banded together under the light of the Bad Moon as the Gloomtide Gitz!
Gaslands is the brainchild of Mike Hutchinson. He is a gamer and modeler who started writing wargames at the tender age of 15. In Gaslands, a dystopian, post-apocalyptic future (that all good sci-fi settings should have), the year in 2018 and the Earth has been occupied by Martians for 19 years. Earth is a ghetto. All money goes to Mars. While some resent those that betray their fellows to work for a Martian corporation, many simply cannot afford ideals. Television continues under the global control of The Network, a nest of greedy and traitorous Martian collaborators. The Network shows a...continue reading