Love Letter review

Love Letter is another one of those games where I was initially put off by the theme, but once that is put aside a whole new world is there to discover. The idea of courtesans in Renaissance times just seems so┬áboring┬áto to me, I just can’t wrap my head around that theme. You know how […]

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Orleans review

A deep and immersive Euro game, with an easy and intuitive to learn rule set? You’ve got to be joking! But wait, what’s that I hear? The sound of milk being churned for butter and silk being spun for brocade? That’s right, if you haven’t guessed, Orleans fits the bill! Orleans is set in medieval […]

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Ex-Libris Review

Seems that recently I have been fanboying over Renegade Games releases, with the love of Raider of the North Sea and now Ex Libris , designed by Adam P. McIver. I played this at a games night, everyone else had sat down at tables that were far more complex games and I just wasn’t up […]

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Scythe Review

Scythe may have been out a while now, but it has won the hearts of a lot of people and still sits in the top of many reviewers lists, so what is it about Scythe that sets it apart? I come from a background of Warhammer 40k and Necromunda (a looong time ago), so miniatures […]

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Best of 2011

Strange to think that 2011 was already 7 years ago, especially with some of the games on this list that are now must have for the modern board game scene. So without further ado, here is the list of our best games from 2011. Castles of Burgundy – can this Stefan Feld game be overlooked […]

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Raiders of the North Sea Review

Plait those beards, slam that mead and jump on the longboat – it’s pillaging time! Raiders of the North Sea is brought to us by Renegade Games and designed by Shem Phillips. From the outset, the game looks super complex, with the amount of placement spots for your workers and the range of items and […]