Board Game

Imhotep Review

The ancient Egyptians were builders and when they built they built big. And that’s what Imhotep, a game from Phil Walker-Harding and KOSMOS, is all about.

Karuba Review

Travel through the deep jungle in search of lost temples full of valuable relics in Karuba a game from Rüdiger Dorn, published by HABA.

Flip City Review

A microscopical city builder in deckbuilder form. Keep your fellow citizens happy by building new buildings or renovating old ones. But watch your pace or otherwise the people of Flip City become grumpy!

Res Publica Review

Nomadic people, like the Langobards and the Huns, are migrating through early Europe. They search for new areas to settle in and they develop technologies, so their settlements can grow into cities. Res Publica is a 25-year-old trading game from Dr. Reiner Knizia, so it’s about time for a review don’t you think?

Broom Service Review

Don’t you hate it when you really want to put a nice root based potion in your witch’s brew and you have none? The feeling you get when you open your potion cabinet, and there’s nothing there? Well, we have the solution. Call our highly-rated Broom Service. We have the best potions in the land. Call us within the next hour and you’ll receive a beautiful leather flask holder for free. Wow! Call zero […]

The Game: Spiel… so lange du kannst! Review

When you call your game THE Game, then expectations will be high and you also ask for trouble. Ask Google and BGG and you find that ‘Spiel… so lange du kannst!’ (Play… as long as you can) is a pleasant addition for those who want to find a copy. This small card game from Steffen Benndorf has been nominated for the prestigious 2015 Spiel des Jahres award, along with Machi Koro and Colt Express. […]

The Voyages of Marco Polo Review

During the thirteenth century Marco Polo travelled through Asia as a merchant. After a long while from home, he safely returned to Venice in 1295, but they were at war with the Republic of Genoa. Marco Polo got prisoned by them and told all his wonderful stories to his fellow inmate, who wrote it all down in a book that is now known as The Voyages of Marco Polo. You can step into the […]

Bruges: The City on the Zwin Review

Good games need expansions, right? Or are games good because they don’t need to expanded? I don’t know, my brain hurts. Why such difficult questions? I only know that Bruges is a game I like and there’s this expansion, which I’ve played, called City on the Zwin. Do I like this one too? Do you need to buy it? Well, I wrote this review to answers those questions, so you might want to read […]