With only a week to go and their goal completely blown past, let’s take a look at Tiny Epic Kingdoms: Heroes’ Call to see if it’s worth all of the fuss.
Tagged: Gamelyn Games
As someone who’s usually got a board game near him, I’ve found over the past few months that I’m enjoying solitaire board games more and more. I still love playing against other people, don’t get me wrong, but there’s something different about solitaire games. They’re a great way to pass the time and play some games that may not get to the table.
Tiny Epic Kingdoms is the first in a series of games from publisher Gamelyn Games and designer Scott Almes. This game is about conquering and controlling the land, but things aren’t always easy to plan.
I know I’m late in getting this posted, but last week kept me busy. At Origins, I got to play 7 games that were new to me, many of them being unpublished games. I love seeing the games in their prototype stages, playing them with the designer, and providing feedback on the games.