Tagged: Review


What’s All This Aboat? – A Review of Sea Salt & Paper

I was at my new FLGS last night and taught Sea Salt & Paper and thought it was time to review it after getting in another play with some new folks. I’ll be sure to pepper in some puns and dad jokes into the review, you know, just to spice things up. It’s always the season for puns. Sea Salt & Paper is a set collection style card game with adorable art and some clever game design. The core rules are simple: On your turn, take either one card off of the top of either discard or draw two cards...


The Future of Geek-Craft

Been a while since I made a post, and with the state of everything, I think you’ll understand why. This is what’s been going on with me and how I see Geek-Craft changing.


How Machi Is Too Machi? – A Review of Machi Koro Legacy

Machi Koro is a very light and cute tableau building game that was released in 2012. Riding on the wave of other legacy games, Machi Koro Legacy was released in 2019. Is this more fun than the original, or is it just too machi? (Warning – this review contains some spoilers for the Legacy version of the game)

This Game Rocks - A Review of Shobu 0

This Game Rocks! – A Review of Shobu

Shobu is an odd combination of components: Four wooden boards, 32 stones, a rope, and a rules sheet. Is this an example of a simple game having complexity in play, or is it just random components thrown together?