We have come to the time in which I review yet another board game. This time around, we will look at a very enjoyable game called Between Two Cities. This city-building game has elements of both co-operative and competitive games, using a hand turning mechanism like 7 Wonders or Sushi Go. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves… we’ll look at the numbers first, and go from there.
Time has come for another board game review. This time around, I will discuss a really nifty game to which I was recently introduced: Theseus: The Dark Orbit. In Theseus, you control one of four factions (or more, if you have any of the expansions) trapped on a space station in deep space. These factions are fighting for control of the station; only one can be victorious! Let’s look the ratings for this game:
Greetings, fellow gamers, and welcome to another entry in the Board Game Review series of Game On posts! This week, I shall describe a game that I learned to play at my local board game cafe’s Kickstarter Backer Party! The game in question is Alchemists. Remember the system I devised for reviewing these games? Here it is again:
A thing I like to do on occasion is review board games (and, technically, card games too). I’ve done many over at my main blog, and I think it will be fun to do it on occasion here as well. So if you’re interested in learning about some of the many high-quality (and, let’s be honest, not-so-high-quality) games out there, keep your eyes on this space and we’ll see how many we can cover! We’ll start with a game I learned to play last week: Tzolkin: the Mayan Calendar (which is technically spelled Tzolk’in, but I’m going to make things easier on myself and leave out the apostrophe).