Targi: Die Erweiterung Review
Targi is one of my favourite two-player games. Last year the expansion for the game came out, cleverly called Targi: Die Erweiterung, or The Expansion. I’m not always fond of expansions and I have very few games that I play that much to justify buying new content. Sometimes I make an exception for those games I really, really like.
On Kickstarter: A quick look at Outer Earth
In Outer Earth, you control a planetary development company that is trying to establish itself as the leader of a booming terraforming industry. You do that by buying, building on and selling planets for human habitation. To make your company a success, you must manage scarce resources, take bold decisions and, most importantly, be creative. To own a successful business, you need to have a vision. In this card game for two to four […]
On Kickstarter: A quick look at Privateers!
Privateers! A cooperative, team or solo pirate game set in a strange world of monsters, magic and aliens. Aliens? Yes, you heard it right. During the Golden Age of pirates you will sail the seas with your mighty crew and fight whoever you can. No demon can stop you to become the richest privateer in the region. Privateers! is a game for one to six players. You can play it like a normal competitive […]
On Kickstarter: a quick look at Elf Dance
Elf Dance is the first game from Games Within Worlds. It is a card game, for two to three players, set in a magical Faery world where you try to recruit as many Faeries and Goblins as possible. In this game you are one of the three Faery Clans and you play against the other players and the game itself, the Goblin Clan. The game can win. Each player receives four cards to start […]
Kickstarter Preview: Knee Jerk
Knee Jerk is a small party game of instant reactions from Andrew Federspiel and Knapsack Games. Shout out the first thing that comes to mind. Maybe Brain Jerk would be better title for this game. The basic idea of the game is that players make up, by shouting sentences, making faces or making gestures, endings to specific scenes. On every card you find three parts of a sentence. These individual parts describe a scene. The green beginning describes […]