Category: Game Review

Game Review: Jaipur

Game Review: Jaipur
Jaipur is a fast and fun set collecting card game designed for  2-players. Each person plays as a merchant trying to earn the most points by selling their goods and winning the Maharaja’s favor. The rules are simple, on your turn you can either take cards from the market or sell cards from your hand.... Read more »

Game Review: Boss Monster

Game Review: Boss Monster
Boss Monster is a fun competitive card game that was made possible by Kickstarter funding, and published by Brotherwise Games. Boss Monster puts 2-4 players in the role of the Boss at the end of a side-scrolling 8-bit dungeon. The players compete by trying to create the most effective dungeon to lure adventures to their... Read more »

Game Review: The Resistance

Game Review: The Resistance
The Resistance is very easy to play social game of deception, designed for 5-10 players. The game is set in the near future where a group of resistance fighters (the players), go on a series of missions to take down a corrupt government. The twist is, there are a few government spies who have infiltrated... Read more »
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Game Review: Pathfinder Adventure Card Game

Game Review: Pathfinder Adventure Card Game
My latest gaming addiction is the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game. The adventure in the game is based around the Rise of the Runelords Adventure Path, which my gaming group is currently playing through. We’ve had the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game for a few months now, and I lost count of how many times we’ve played... Read more »

Game Review: Dungeons & Dragons: Legend of Drizzt

Unboxing The Legend of Drizzt.
After how much fun we had with tabletop role playing games, my husband and I bought The Legend of Drizzt board game. This is the second game from the Dungeons & Dragons Adventure System Board Games that I’ve had the chance to play, and I have to say it’s pretty fun. The first game I... Read more »

Game Review: Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of Ashardalon

Game Review: Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of Ashardalon
Table-top RPGs are my new favorite thing. With my love for fantasy storytelling, renaissance faires, and cosplaying, I don’t know why I hadn’t started playing Dungeons & Dragons sooner. I suppose it was just one of those things that I thought I was “too cool” for. I’m not going to lie…it’s a seriously geeky hobby…but it’s... Read more »
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