Machi Koro Review

Overview

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Having gotten much enjoyment from various city building and city management games, when I heard of Machi Koro I was intrigued to say the least. Machi Koro is a game for 2-4 published by IDW games. The game has players build up their own individual cities (comprised of cards) in order to be the first player to build all four landmark cards. This is a review of only the base game of Machi Koro, though it should be noted it has a few expansions that I’ll link to at the end. Continue reading “Machi Koro Review”

5 Great… Family Games (Pt.2/4)

Overview

This post is part of The  ❄️ 12 Days of Christmas ❄️

This is part 2 of a 4 part series meant to give some ideas for those looking for last minute gift ideas, or just interested in discovering some cool games. If you haven’t checked out part 1, which is a list of recommended children’s games and that sounds interesting, then I encourage you to check it out. Continue reading “5 Great… Family Games (Pt.2/4)”

Spyfall Review

Overview

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Your mission, if you choose to except it, is to read my review of the light social deduction game, Spyfall. It’s for 3-8 players, ages 12+, with a play time of about 15-30 minutes. Designed by Alexandr Ushan, this game is sure to be a fun, fast, and hilarious edition to any collection. Continue reading “Spyfall Review”

5 Board Games That Everybody Should Play (At Least Once)

Introduction

This list is meant to showcase five games that are not only great for newcomers of the hobby, but seasoned veterans as well. I chose to do only five instead of the per-the-norm 10 as a way to give an idea of some games that I like. I did this in order to fill the gap as I work out a review schedule for this section. The list is in no particular ranked order; it’s just some really fun games. This is just my opinion, so if I left a game out that you think should be on here, mention it for others in the comments below. Continue reading “5 Board Games That Everybody Should Play (At Least Once)”