Leder Games was kind enough to send me a prototype of Vast: The Crystal Caverns. I enjoy dungeon crawling themes and games that be played solitaire, so how do these combine in this game? Does it result in treasure or is it a fruitless quest?
Quiver Review I’m always looking to check out board game accessories as much as I am board games, and new ways of carrying board games intrigue me. I heard about the Quiver through some friends and reached out to them for an opportunity to review their card-carrying case. The folks at Quiver were kind enough to send me one to check out for demoing...
I met Eduardo Baraf at Gen Con last year where we talked about Lift Off! Get me off this Planet! This year, he had something that was just as eye catching, but was a bit cuter. Let’s look at GemPacked Cards.
I’m not someone who really enjoys party games. I like rules, structure, and expected results. When you add bartering to a game, I tend to lose interest. But I’ll usually give them a shot, so let’s talk about Sheriff of Nottingham, a social game of legal and illegal goods, bartering, and broken promises.
Darkrock Ventures is the first game from Magic Meeple Games. It has players mining for resources in space, planning their actions carefully, and hoping that luck is on their side. Does it suck like the vacuum of space or boldly go where no game has gone before?