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King of Tokyo Review

Giant monsters, bunny robots, aliens from far, far away and the king himself are destroying Tokyo. Not Elvis, but a giant gorilla! Who will die and who will survive, who will be the King of Tokyo? Check it out in this dice-chucking game from Richard Garfield. Overview What do you get for your money? 6 Monsters and 6 monster boards, 66 cards, some energy cubes, 8 dice, a little board of Tokyo and some […]

Love Letter Recensie

In Love Letter, een minuscuul spelletje van Seniji Kanai en uitgegeven door 999 Games, probeer je de prinses, die doordat haar moeder gevangen is genomen erg verdrietig is, op te vrolijken door haar liefdesbrieven te sturen. Verschillende karakters aan het hof proberen je daarbij te helpen en diegene die de meeste brieven bij haar bezorgt is de winnaar van het spel.  Overzicht: Een korte uitleg: Het spel bestaat uit 16 kaarten. Op elke kaart […]

Love Letter Review

Betrayal in the city state of Tempest! Queen Marianna is captured. Her gorgeous daughter, Princess Annette, is very sad.Her mother is her life. She locked herself in her tower and she does not want to see anyone. A knock on the door. “Your Highness! I’ve got something for you…” Overview What you get for your money? Love Letter comes in a beautiful red velvet bag (at least if you have the AEG ‘Tempest’ version) […]

Mage Knight: the board game – The Lost Legion Review

Expands: Mage Knight: the Board Game Designer: Vlaada Chvátil Publisher: WizKids Games Number of Players: 1-5 Playtime: long, 2-3 hours Price (approx.): 40 euro General Volkare is back with his Lost Legion on his side. Nobody knows what he wants. The only thing we do know is that he hates the Mage Knights. He finds them, chases them and kills them if he can. Does he do it without any self-interest or does he […]

Mage Knight: the Board Game Review

Designer: Vlaada Chvátil Publisher: WizKids Games Number of Players: 1-4 Playtime: long, 2-3 hours Price (approx.): 70 euro In Mage Knight: The Board Game, you are, yes, a Mage Knight. You will explore lands, conquer cities and slay terrible creatures in even more terrible places. But you cannot do it alone, you’ll have to learn all kinds of stuff from zealous monks and you’ll need to gather an army around you, because the night […]

Ticket to Ride Review

Designer: Allan R. Moon Publisher: Days of Wonder Number of Players:2-5 Playtime:45-60 minutes Price (approx.): 40 euro  Overview: Ticket to Ride is a train game, a route building game and it comes in different shapes and sizes, but the basic idea is this: on a map of some country, different routes are illustrated. They have different lengths and different colours. At the start of the game you get some tickets and you choose which […]

Carcassonne Review

Designer: Klaus-Jürgen Wrede Publisher: 999 games and others Number of Players: 2-5 Playtime: 30 minutes Price (approx.): 20 Euro Overview: The meeple, a little wooden man. It started with Carcassonne. In this game you place tiles with illustrations of the French countryside. On these tiles you can see roads, fields, monasteries and parts of larger cities. On these tiles you are going to place your meeples. You start the game with eight of them. […]

The Settlers of Catan Review

Designer: Klaus Teuber Publisher: 999 games and more Number of Players:3-4 Playtime:90 minutes Price (approx.):  40 Euro Overview: You are trying to colonise an island, by building roads, villages and cities. To do so, you need raw materials, namely ore, grain, wood, stone and sheep. On every resource tile lies a number, if you role that number and your village or city is located next to this tile, you get the goods. Every player […]