There is a wealth of plot hooks and fun to be had with The Deck of Many Things
Age of Comics: The Golden Years puts 2-4 players in the role of publishers during the Golden Age of Comics. Let’s check it out!
The third stand-alone follow-up to Everdell is the first one not aimed at children and families and seeks to rectify some of the issues found in the original Everdell. So, is the far shore worth the trip, or would it be best to remain in the woodland?
Challengers! is back for a second round, with standalone expansion Beach Cup. We’ve got all new factions, rules tweaks, and special powers!
An ancient evil has returned to Baldur’s Gate, intent on devouring it from the inside out. The fate of Faerun lies in your hands. Alone, you may resist. But together, you can overcome.
Behext has some interesting mechanics for a deck building game, but in the end it doesn’t get past “magical hot potato”, which sounds much sillier than the theme suggests.
Despite being imperfect, Ferrari is an enjoyable movie from a seasoned director of crime thrillers.