If you’ve not heard of Underwater Cities then you are in for a treat if you like your games non confrontational and loaded with more cards then Gambit’s utility belt.
“Buckle your Buckleberry belts little hobbitses because we’re about to show you something so precious…”
“Sometimes simple can mean complex and sometimes simple can mean vicious. In the case of The Estates - it’s…”
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“Behold, the wonderful world of birds - nature’s favourite flying mammal - in all its glory.”
You better believe it - this little wonder with wings is our game of the year so fasten your oxygen masks because so frequently this tiny box is exhilarating.
“Diving into peoples dreams, miniature black holes, Winnie the pooh - those are not items from my Amazon checkout page - they’re just some of the elements that make up the whole that is Comanauts.”
It is a well known rule of physics that in campaign games nobody can hear you scream. But I’ll tell you what - Gen7 doesn’t care about physics…
Merry Christmas You Filthy Animal
“Long time No Pun Included viewers will know that, hey, we have some strong feelings when it comes to games designed by Alexander Pfister”
One small step for man, one giant leap for cardboard.
A long time ago, in a year as far away as 2016 myself and Elaine got to play a prototype called Treasure Island. And ever since then we have been waiting to tell you about this cooky game we couldn’t quite believe we blindly stumbled onto. Now Treasure Island is a grown person with it’s quirks of personality. And most importantly, it is finally of a legal age to be reviewed. Expect rules, colouring pens and, of course, pirates. But most importantly, expect a very clever game under all that gloss.
Hello cow pokes! Welcome to the fastest review in the west. Western Legends is a sandbox game that takes place in the saloons and spitoons of the wild west…
It seems like only yesterday we’ve plunged ourselves into the roll and write genre and yet here we are back again with another gorgeous title that very quickly charmed us.
Orbis is a game about being god and creating your own universe. Which is perhaps only fitting because we were so surprised by it, it might as well have fallen into our lap from the sky.
When it comes to deep dives we're used to submerging into strategy, untangling what a game can offer mechanically. But when Asmodee got in touch with an offer of a review copy of Star Wars: Legion, I (Efka) decided that my deep dive with this game will be of a different variety.
This game is a bit like a bad dad but that’s OK, our review will help you finish your homework.
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