«Imperial 2030» review

Imperial 2030

Imperial 2030 was published in 2009 by PD-Verlag and Rio Grande Games, the company that introduced us to Puerto Rico, Bohnanza, and Carcassonne. The game was designed by Mac Gerdts, known for the Rondel Series, and illustrated by Alexander Jung. Imperial 2030 belongs to the Rondel Series family and reimplements Imperial. Game Components Printed tiles […]

«Imperial» review

Imperial Board Game

Imperial was published in 2006 by Rio Grande Games, the company that brought us Bohnanaza, Puerto Rico, and Carcassonne. The game was designed by Mac Gerdts, a German board game designer known for designing the Rondel series, which Imperial is a part of. The illustrations were done by Matthias Catrein. Game Components Printed tiles: 1 […]

«Goa» review

Goa Board Game

In 16th century Goa was one of the important trade centers around the world and also the beautiful place with sunny beaches… Just imagine, that wealth of this shiny and peaceful world depends on you! Which way you will invest your money and what resources are you going to develop? Test your economical abilities with […]

Caylus review

Caylus

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 […]

«El Grande Decennial Edition» review

El Grande Decennial Edition

El Grande was designed by Wolfgang Kramer, a German board game designer who is also responsible for creating Heimlich & Co., Corsaro and Torres. All in all, Kramer has designed over 100 games. El Grande was made in collaboration with Richard Ulrich. Illustrations were done by the famous German game illustrator, Doris Matthäus. The game […]

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