CV – Gossip Review

Earlier I shared my thoughts on the excellent dice roller from Granna games called CV. There’s a small expansion for this game, which adds a whole lot of Gossip to your life. Is it worth checking out? Here’s a short review.

CV Review

CV is a game about your life, about friends, family, jobs and all the other things you have accomplished throughout the years. But all these things don’t fly into your lap, you have to work for it, you have to roll the dice. Two or three times if you must.

Glüx Review

Glüx, with light your way as its under-title, is an abstract game from Queen Games. You have to light up several rooms on the board and make sure your colour of light shines the brightest. From that description you probably have no idea how the game is played, but let me explain and let me tell you that I was positively surprised by this game.

Reviews Overview – February 2017

Due to my son not feeling well during the month of February and myself being not well at some point too I didn’t have the time and energy to review many games. Only one small review was posted and it was an expansion.

7 Wonders Duel – Pantheon Review

One of my favourite two-player games is 7 Wonder Duel. It manages take the 7 Wonders idea and make it in to a very tight, very fun two-player game. I was very excited when they announced an expansion for this wonderful game and rushed to the Repos booth when the game was released at Spiel.

Reviews Overview – January 2017

This is a summary of the five reviews I did the previous month. Some fun games were reviewed in January. A nice start of a new year.

Blood Rage Review

I’m a little late. I know. It’s not a new game. I know. There are already more than a hundred reviews of this game on bgg. Yes, I know. However, I still would like to give you my opinion about Blood Rage, a game from Eric M. Lang and CMON Limited. A game of broad-shouldered men and an unhealthy collection of underboob. A Viking saga where dying in battle is the most glorious thing you can do.

The Test of Time: Hanabi

Hanabi was very popular for a while. It did something that people hadn’t seen, had not played before. You kept your hand of cards backwards. You could not see your own cards, but by looking at the other players’ cards and hints from those same players you could figure out what you had in your hand and what you had to play. In my review then I recommended it. Do I like it still?   Oh, and Hanabi […]