Category: Reviews

Stone Age: style is the goal

This is our first review of an expansion. For a review of the base game, please follow this link. What’s new? For a general overview of the game rules, please read our review of...

Stone Age

Do you have what it takes to build the most succesfull tribe in the Stone Age? Let’s find out in this prehistoric euro-style boardgame. Gameplay A game round roughly consists of 2 phases: a...

Growerz

Imagine a society where smoking & growing weed is made legal. During this game you will test your skills to see if you have what it takes to satisfy your high-demanding customers. Gameplay The...

Fantahzee

Hordes of monsters are attacking the town and 2 to 5 heroes are summoned to defend it and defeat the evil creatures’ bosses! Gameplay The game starts by splitting the monsters into 5 monster...

Blindes huhn (blind hens)

Trade off chickens and try to bluff your way to earning the most points at the end of the game. It’s time to take a look at Blind Hens! Gameplay At the start of...

Ravenous River

Gameplay At the beginning of each round, each player receives a secret identity and 2 action cards. The goal is to get your animal to survive the round, reach the other side of the...

Light of Dragons

I was intrigued when I saw this game for the first time. I’m always into games that uses dice for something else than adding a luck factor to the game. In this game dice...

Avenue

Avenue shares a lot of similarities with the designer’s previous game: Doodle city. But this time the dice have been replaced with cards and they have installed a new scoring mechanism. Will this game...

Kaleidos

I would like to start the new year with an oldie that has only recently been brought to my attention. Kaleidos is a game that is on the market since 1994 (!), but never...

Switching Tracks

This game has one of the biggest locomotions that I’ve ever seen on the cover of a boardgamebox. Let’s see if this game is on the right track! Gameplay During your turn you will...