Review – Leviathan Wilds

By Andrew Borck | May 19, 2024 |

Leviathan Wilds is the first game from publisher Moon Crab Games, a publisher made up of former Fantasy Flight Games and Z-Man Games employees. In Leviathan Wilds, 1-4 players will form a deck based on a character and a class, then shuffle them together. Players will have to manage their deck carefully however, because if their draw deck (known in-game as your Grip) is ever empty, you lose your grip and fall. So is it a colossal amount of fun, or just a shadow of other card games?

Review – D&D Vecna: Eve of Ruin

By Andrew Borck | May 18, 2024 |

Players will have to come together in this D&D 5E story and save the multiverse from the evil lich Vecna as he tries to pull his version of a Thanos Snap(™). Only with the help of other players level 10-20 will you have any chance of winning as you hop between different planes and locales trying to find the tools and allies able to stand up to him. Helping you are some of the most famous archmages in the universe, but in the end, will it be enough?

Review – Kinfire Delve: Scorn’s Stockade

By Joe Morgan | May 8, 2024 |

Two new seekers join the fight to conquer the well and defeat its master in the second release of the beautiful Kinfire Delve franchise.

Review – Harrow County: The Game of Gothic Conflict

By Stephen Hall | May 3, 2024 |

Harrow County brings Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook’s spooky comic series to the game table. Let’s check it out!

Review – The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying (5E) – Tales from Eriador/Ruins of Eriador

By Andrew Borck | April 30, 2024 |

Back in 2022, Free League published The One Ring, a roleplaying game set in the time between The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings where players could role-play as different Hobbits going on increasingly dangerous missions from Bilbo and other well-known Tolkien characters. Later, that same game was adapted into the D&D 5th Edition, also known as 5E. Tales from Eriador and Ruins of Eriador are expansion books to that 5E world, giving players new missions, characters, story hooks, and locations to explore.

Review – Evergreen

By Stephen Hall | April 15, 2024 |

Evergreen is a spiritual successor to Photosynthesis, but this time, the game is on a planetary scale! Let’s check it out.

Review – Donuts

By Derek Thompson | April 9, 2024 |

Donuts is a re-theming of INSERT, a two-player abstract game from legendary board game designer Bruno Cathala.

Review – Aqua

By Stephen Hall | March 24, 2024 |

Aqua is a game of biodiversity in the oceans. Do you have what it takes to build the best aquatic ecosystem?

Mega-Review – Sid Sackson Collections

By Stephen Hall | March 16, 2024 |

In this mega-review, we will look at a whopping NINE GAMES designed by the late, great Sid Sackson.

Review – Horrified: American Monsters

By Andrew Borck | March 6, 2024 |

In Horrified: American Monsters, the horror has come to Cross Creek, USA where players will face off against Bigfoot, Mothman, Chupacabra, the Banshee of the Badlands, the Ozark Howler, and the Jersey Devil.


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Andrew Borck

Likes: RPGs, City Building, Family Games

Dislikes: Eurogames

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Stephen Hall

Likes: Old School Eurogames, Deduction 

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Spencer Patterson

Likes: Whatever publishers will send

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Likes: Trick-Takers, Deckbuilders, Party Games

Dislikes: Anything that goes past bedtime

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