Tag: Card Games

Munchkin Coming Electronically by Dire Wolf Digital This Fall

It was weird to see a Saturday announcement email, and I normally don’t post on the weekends, but this one was too good to pass up. Munchkin (published by Steve Jackson Games back in 2001 originally) is notorious in gaming circles as being either… Continue Reading “Munchkin Coming Electronically by Dire Wolf Digital This Fall”

My August 2022 Gaming

August turned out to be a good month for gaming after a smaller July. Not only 30 plays of 22 games, but 11 new to me ones! That means (Gulp!) the “New to Me” post is going to be a bit late this month.… Continue Reading “My August 2022 Gaming”

Expansion Review – Smash Up: Disney

As part of a partnership with The OP, Alderac Entertainment Group is releasing three different Smash Up core sets with IP that the OP has (is that too much EP?). The first, of course, was Smash Up: Marvel, which was a pretty good expansion… Continue Reading “Expansion Review – Smash Up: Disney”

App Review – Everdell

Dire Wolf Digital, in addition to being the publisher for some great tabletop games (like Clank in Space), is also one of the premiere publishers of digital boardgame adaptations. From Raiders of the North Sea (which I haven’t reviewed yet but probably should!) to… Continue Reading “App Review – Everdell”

New to Me – July 2022

July was a good month. When you have the entire month of July off of work as vacation, it’s a glorious month! It was sadly not a month for writing, which I apologize for to anybody who’s been anxiously awaiting the chance to read… Continue Reading “New to Me – July 2022”

Review – Jump Drive

Are you in need of a really cool, super-fast game that can be played almost between ordering your food and it actually arriving? Have I got the game for you! Jump Drive is like a combination of designer Tom Lehmann’s Race for the Galaxy… Continue Reading “Review – Jump Drive”

New to Me – June 2022

June 2022 was a weird month. For the most part, things are going ok, especially compared to last year. But there are so many bad things going on the world that it’s still really stressful. Plus, I’m on vacation the entire month of July… Continue Reading “New to Me – June 2022”

New to Me – May 2022

After a month of COVID and other things that kept me from playing any new to me games in April (which was mitigated by the fact that I didn’t post the March article until April was almost over), May was a time to make… Continue Reading “New to Me – May 2022”

Review – Dog Lover

One of the better quick-filler games that can be played with almost anybody is Cat Lady, a quick card drafting game that can be explained in a couple of minutes and even your non-gamer cat lady grandma can pick up (as long as Fluffy… Continue Reading “Review – Dog Lover”

Riftforce: Beyond – Coming From Capstone Games in August

One of the cool new 2-player games I bought during the pandemic lockdowns and brought to work once we came back to the office was Riftforce. The game is designed by Carlo Bartolini with artwork by Miguel Coimbra. It was published by Capstone Games.… Continue Reading “Riftforce: Beyond – Coming From Capstone Games in August”