“Behold, the wonderful world of birds - nature’s favourite flying mammal - in all its glory.”
Barbarians? Check. Slaves? Check. Dark Citadels? Double check. And you thought this is a friendly looking game...
The path is treacherous and full of puns. We're dealing with a cultural icon here and avoiding our nemesis is hard. But we must not relent and review this game pun-free and cast light into where there is only darkness.
This is Tom. He was sent from intern factory to be moulded and shaped into a game reviewer. Since we believe in contributing and giving back to the community, we gladly accepted this fledgling creature and put him straight to work. Here, he reviews Star Realms with Efka.
It's just about time to turn the lights off and tuck in. But just one more thing before you glue those eyelids shut. We have a story to share with you. A story about a card game that might just captivate your imagination. Are you ready? Here's how it goes
In her first review Elaine takes us back to Lords of War. This time we're looking at Elves versus Lizardmen and see how the game is shaping up.
Efka tackles his first review with Lords of War, a two-player (or more!) card game of strategic fantasy battles. Read on to find out whether he thinks it's worth a shot.