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) […]

Five Tribes review

Five Tribes

Five Tribes was published in 2014 by Days of Wonder, the publishing company responsible for the success of Small World, the Ticket to Ride series, as well as Memoir ‘44 and BattleLore. Five Tribes was designed by Bruno Cathala and illustrated by Clément Masson. Game Components 4 player sets with camel and turn markers 30 […]

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 […]

Agricola review

Agricola

Agricola was published in 2007 by Z-Man Games. It was designed by Uwe Rosenberg, the German designer famous for Bohnanza, Le Havre, Ora et Labora and Caverna. The illustrations were done by Klemens Franz, Rosenberg’s frequent collaborator. He is known for his paintings is such games as Le Havre and Orleans (2014) Game Components Game […]

«Die Macher» review

Die Macher was first published in 1986 by Hans im Glück. The game was designed by Karl-Heinz Schmiel. The illustrations were done by Marcus Gschwendtner. The first edition version of Die Macher could be played by up to four people. In 1997, the game was revised. The second edition allowed up to five people. In […]

«Alien Frontiers» review

Guys, fasten your seatbelts! It’s time to go in space with Alien Frontiers board game! Have you ever dreamed to travel across the galaxy helping alien civilizations in their planet colonization? What will you need to do this? Let’s take a closer look at this game! It was developed by Tory Niemann from Clever Mojo […]

Dungeon Petz review

Dungeon Petz

The game was published in 2011 by Czech Games Edition (CGE) and Z-Man Games. Dungeon Petz was designed by Vlaada Chvátil and illustrated by David Cochard. Vlaada Chvátil is a Czech game designer famous for creating games on the border between euros and thematic games, such as Mage Knight, Dungeon Lords, and Through the Ages: […]

Shogun board game review

Shogun

Shogun was published in 2006 by Queen Games. It was designed by Dirk Henn. Michael Menz did the illustrations. In 2015, a fundraising campaign has been held on Kickstarter to reprint Shogun. A Big Box Edition of the game will be released with four expansions and almost five hundred wooden meeples to replace the cardboard […]

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 […]

«Hannibal: Rome vs. Carthage» review

Hannibal

The first version of Hannibal Rome vs Carthage was published in 1996 by Mark Simonitch from Avalon Hill’s Games and the second one was published ten years ago by Valley Games.The difference between those versions is that Avalon Hill mapboard is mounted and you can unfold it but the Valley Games one is cut into […]

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