Doom: The Board Game

One of the games drew a lot of attention at the Gen Con in Indianapolis. This game is called Doom. This is a two-to-five player card-based game that took much of the inspiration for its mechanics from FFG’s marvelous Star wars: Imperial Assault. One player takes control of the malicious demons spawning them into the […]

Android: Netrunner Card Game Review

Android Netrunner

After Magic:the Gathering, mid 90’s were the boom time for collectible card games, leading to high competition. For this reason, most of CCGs failed the expectations of publishers. Apparently, the same thing was true for Android: Netrunner, despite the game had good reviews in magazines. Android: Netrunner is a Wizards of the Coast game, created […]

Runebound (Third Edition) Review

runebound third edition

Runebound (Third Edition) was published by Fantasy Flight Games in 2015. The game was designed by Lukas Litzsinger. Illustrations were done by WiL Springer. The game reimplements Runebound and Runebound (Second Edition) and belongs to the Realms of Terrinoth family. The game was released in November 2015. Game Components 1 Rule Book (Learn to Play) […]

Warhammer Quest: The Adventure Card Game review

Warhammer Quest The Adventure Card Game

Warhammer Quest: The Adventure Card Game was published in 2015 by Fantasy Flight Games. The game was designed by Justin Kemppainen, Brady Sadler and Adam Sadler. Warhammer Quest: The Adventure Card Game belongs to the Warhammer Fantasy Card Games family – a family of games based on the Warhammer Universes created by Games Workshop Ltd. […]

“Fury of Dracula third edition” review

Fury of Dracula

The most infamous vampire of all times terrorizes the living again in this third edition of Fury of Dracula! This is a board game of deduction and gothic horror based on Bram Stoker’s classic novel. One player is the legendary Dracula who stealthily moves and spreads the vampirism through the Victorian-era Europe surrounded by stormy […]

Arkham Horror review

Arkham Horror

Arkham Horror was published by Fantasy Flight Games in 2005. Originally, the game was designed by Richard Launius in 1987. For this edition, Launius teamed up with Kevin Wilson, also known for Descent: Journeys in the Dark. The illustrations were done by Anders Finér, Rafał Hrynkiewicz, Henning Ludvigsen, Kurt Miller, Scott Nicely, and Brian Schomburg. […]

Forbidden Stars review

Forbidden Stars

Forbidden Stars was published in 2015 by Fantasy Flight Games and Edge Entertainment. The game was designed by Samuel Bailey, James Kniffen, and Corey Konieczka. Game Contents A Rules Reference 32 Event Cards (8 per faction) 112 Combat Cards (28 per faction) 20 Order Upgrade Cards (5 per faction) 24 Objective Tokens (6 per faction) […]

BattleLore review

Battlelore

BattleLore was published in 2006 by Days of Wonder, famous for the likes of Small World, the Ticket to Ride series, Five Tribes, and Memoir ‘44. The game was designed by Richard Borg and illustrated by Miguel Coimbra, Julien Delval, Nicolas Fructus, and Christophe Madura. In 2013 Fantasy Flight Games republish game. Game Components 8 […]

Runewars review

Runewars

Runewars was published by Fantasy Flight Games in 2010. It was designed by Corey Konieczka and illustrated by Kevin Childress, Jesper Ejsing, Moy Shin Hung, Andrew Navaro, Brian Schomburg, and Wil Springer. Game Components 196 plastic figures; 10 plastic mountains; 12 plastic dial connectors; 16 activation tokens; 1 battle marker; 7 city tokens; 26 damage […]

«Descent: Journeys in the Dark (Second Edition)» review

Descent Journeys in the Dark Second Edition

Descent: Journeys in the Dark (Second Edition) came out in 2012, published by the company famous for publishing Cosmic Encounter and Mansions of Madness – Fantasy Flight Games. Descent: Journeys in the Dark Second Edition was designed by Corey Konieczka, Daniel Clark, Adam Sandler, and Kevin Wilson. The illustrations were done by Alex Aparin, Devon […]

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