Whether You Are Playing the Original, Pictures, or are Deep Undercover, Codenames is Surprisingly Tense
Lately, I have been playing a TON of Codenames. Supporting 2-8 players and only taking about 15 minutes (often less), it’s not surprising that any version of the game has an easy time hitting the table. Codenames feels a lot like playing Battleship, except your ships are words and you WANT to hit them. Continue reading “Codenames Review – Battleship With Words”
Is This Target Exclusive Worth It?
Definitely. Machi Koro Bright Lights, Big City is certainly similar to the original version which I reviewed awhile back, but with some major improvements. So what’s different with this one and what do you get in the box for $29.99? Continue reading “Machi Koro Bright Lights, Big City Review – Target Exclusive”
I May Not be a Fan of Sushi, but I Love Sushi Go!
Back when I was celebrating my 4th of July, I had the opportunity to play a ton of board games with friends and family. We broke out many great games ranging from the ever popular Deception: Murder In Hong Kong to what I’ll be covering today: Sushi Go!
Player count: 2-5
Game Time: About 15 minutes
Game Type: Drafting & Set Collection
Coolstuff Price: $9.99
Sushi Go! is a quick card game that has players attempting to create the best sushi dishes in order to score more points than their opponents. As cards are passed around the table, much like sushi going around on a conveyer belt, players must choose wisely from amongst what’s left. Sushi Go! makes for a great game for any group due to its easy to understand rules and fast play time. Continue reading “Sushi Go! Review (And Sushi Go Party! Too)”
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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”
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Since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner I thought I’d take a look at this small dexterity game for 2-5 people that uses magnets. It’s simple to play and make for a good time for couples or a small group of friends. Hearts of Attraction is based on the original Attraction game, the only difference being heart shaped pieces. With that said, let’s see what this game is all about. Continue reading “Hearts of Attraction Review”
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You and your fellow detectives arrive at the scene of a murder. Initially, everything seems pretty routine. That is, until you realize that one of your coworkers must be the murderer. You know this because of the odd evidence left behind at the scene of the crime. Now begins the deception as you work with your fellow detectives to weed out the criminal amongst you.
Continue reading “Deception: Murder in Hong Kong Review”
This is board game review 7 & is part of The 12 Days of Christmas
What better game to review for the 12 Days of Christmas than the game, 12 Days. This great card game for 3-5 players is just the thing to enjoy this holiday season with friends and family. Continue reading “12 Days Review”
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USAopoly brings us a strange dexterity game known as Lift It! Deluxe. Using a crane, players must construct various towers in order to win. It’s harder than you’d think, especially since you really have to use your head sometimes! Continue reading “Lift It! Deluxe Review”
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Love Letter from AEG is a small card game for 2-4 players. The game has a million versions (I wish I was joking) that are all more-or-less the same in terms of gameplay. Personally, I prefer the original Japanese version with translation. However, there are versions for all tastes ranging from Adventure Time to The Hobbit. Continue reading “Love Letter Review”
This is Board Game Review 4 and is part of Halloween Week🎃
Betrayal At House On The Hill, or Betrayal for short, is a ridiculously fun game for 3-6 victi- I mean players. It’s perfect for Halloween, or anytime of the year, as you explore the old house atop the hill. You may have come to have fun, but one of you is set to betray you all. Can you make it out alive? Continue reading “Betrayal At House On The Hill Review”