Game of Energy Kickstarter Preview

Game of Energy

The energy resources expire. Until it is too late, this world needs bright new ideas and ingenious minds like yours. Managing the resources correctly, you can save the world and avert the crisis. You are not the only one who promises this. Your fellow players represent your rivals for signing a great contract with UN. […]

New York 1901 review

New York 1901

New York 1901 was published in 2015 by Blue Orange Games. The game was designed by Chénier La Salle. Illustrations were done by Vincent Dutrait. New York belongs to the Cities: New York family. Game Components 1 Game Board 1 Rule Book 5 Streets of New York Bonus Cards 5 Character Cards 65 Lot Cards […]

Discworld: Ankh-Morpork review

Discworld: Ankh-Morpork

Discworld: Ankh-Morpork was published in 2011 by Treefrog Games. The game was designed by Martin Wallace. Illustrations in the game were done by Peter Dennis, Paul Kidby, Ian Mitchell, and Bernard Pearson. Discworld: Ankh-Morpork belongs to the Discworld games family. This series is based on Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Universe. It also includes Clacks: A Discworld […]

Imperial Settlers review

Imperial Settlers

Imperial Settlers was published in 2014 by Portal Games. It was designed by Ignacy Trzewiczek and illustrated by Tomasz Jedruszek. Imperial Settlers sold out quickly, and the original edition was followed by a reprint. Game Components 1 Score Board 220 Cards 4 Faction Boards Wooden Bits 32 Stone Tokens 32 Wood Tokens 40 Worker Tokens […]

Caylus review


Caylus is brought to you by Ystari Games, a French publisher, and Rio Grande Games, a Mexican company famous for the games El Grande, Carcassonne, and Puerto Rico. It was published in 2005. Caylus was designed by William Attia. The illustrations were done by Cyril Demaegd who runs Ystari Games, his brother Arnaud Demaegd, and […]

Le Havre board game review

Le Havre

Le Havre was published in 2008 by Lookout Games, a German board game publisher. Among other games, the company published the board game Agricola, which could be called the predecessor of Le Havre. In 2013, the American company Z-Man Games published its edition of Le Havre, which included Le Grand Hameau expansion. Le Havre was […]

Ora et Labora review

Ora et Labora

This time we are going to take a look at another economical strategy called «Ora et Labora». It was published by «Z-man Games» and designed by well known board game developer Uwe Rosenberg («Le Havre», «Agricola» and etc.) By the way, meaning of the name of this game dates back to the Ancient Greece. It […]

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