Tag: Card Games

Boardgame Geek Top 300 – Play or Played – #300-291

Wow, I’m lazy. Either that, or I’ve been in a bad mental space. You know, 2021 was supposed to be better, but so far it’s barely been marginally better and that’s only because 2020 sucked so much. I finished the Top 200 BGG games… Continue Reading “Boardgame Geek Top 300 – Play or Played – #300-291”

Gravwell (2nd Edition) Coming from Renegade Game Studios

One game from 2013 that slipped under my radar (probably because I just really got into gaming in 2012) was Gravwell. The game, designed by Corey Young, looks like an intriguing and quick-playing race game. Yesterday, I received an exciting email from Renegade Game… Continue Reading “Gravwell (2nd Edition) Coming from Renegade Game Studios”

Sentinels of the Multiverse Definitive Edition – Kickstarter on March 30

Double post day! Just received this in my email and thought I’d post something on the same day instead of a day later. What’s the news? (oh yeah, it’s in the title) Greater Than Games has announced that, for the 10th Anniversary of the… Continue Reading “Sentinels of the Multiverse Definitive Edition – Kickstarter on March 30”

Radlands by Roxley Games – Now on Kickstarter

Another day, another Kickstarter! I’m a sucker for quick 2-player card games that can be played at work. I already backed one of them previously, and here’s another! Radlands is a 2-player card game published by Roxley Games. It’s designed by Daniel Piechnick with… Continue Reading “Radlands by Roxley Games – Now on Kickstarter”

Boardgame Geek Top 200 – Play or Played – #140 – 131

Welcome to this week’s edition of BGG’s Top 200 games! The series where I look at those games in the BGG rankings from #200-101, ten games at a time. Two weeks in a row? That’s gotta be a record. Things are actually looking pretty… Continue Reading “Boardgame Geek Top 200 – Play or Played – #140 – 131”

Alderac Micro-Expansions Looking Really Cool

Just a brief post today because I saw something that I found very cool on Boardgame Geek and I felt I had to share. What is a micro-expansion? Micro-expansions are a set of cards or some other small piece of an already-published game that… Continue Reading “Alderac Micro-Expansions Looking Really Cool”

Boardgame Geek Top 200 – Play or Played – #160-151

Another week, another “wow, I haven’t played many games” post. It’s almost like I’m failing as a “gamer”. Is that possible? Should I really feel bad that I haven’t played a bunch of games? Maybe, if I’m actually writing about them. Am I not… Continue Reading “Boardgame Geek Top 200 – Play or Played – #160-151”

App Review – Wingspan

Wingspan is probably one of my favourite games. In fact, if I had played it before I did my Top 25 games of all time, it probably would have been on there. I mean really, how can you go wrong with a game where… Continue Reading “App Review – Wingspan”

Fantastic Factories: Manufactions Now on Kickstarter

I know I already told you it was coming (and judging by the hits on that post over the last couple of days, you’re all looking for it!), but now it’s here! Yesterday, the expansion to the wonderful tableau-building card game Fantastic Factories, designed… Continue Reading “Fantastic Factories: Manufactions Now on Kickstarter”

Evolution App Goes Asynchronous!

Evolution is a really vicious card game where players are adapting their animal species with card play. Food is scarce and it’s very possible, if you don’t play your cards right, that some of species will go extinct. Players may take all of the… Continue Reading “Evolution App Goes Asynchronous!”