Written by Ken B.
October 26, 2010
Last in my Halloween-themed reviews this month is the latest Asmodee offering, Gosu (short for "Goblin Supremacy.") Designed by Kim Sato, it's a damned cool little card-based battling game of building up big goblin armies, then blowing them up real good.
Written by InfinityMax
October 25, 2010
I think it's time I raved all about the brilliance of small-press games. Specifically, I want to rave about Alien Frontiers, one of those incredibly rare cases where a pint-size publisher proves to have some serious staying power. The first game from Clever Mojo Games, called Ogre Castle, was fun, but it smacked of small-press corner-cutting (a cloth game board seems like a neat idea, but it's really just a neon sign that says, 'we can't afford to pay the printer'). But Alien Frontiers is not only great for a fledgling publisher, it could hold its own against anything...
Written by Michael Barnes
October 21, 2010
So it's another Barnes doubleheader over at Gameshark.com this week. Come join me and be dubbed the Godslayer.
Written by SuperflyTNT
October 20, 2010
I am a sucker for a fantasy-adventure game, with some of my favorites being Magic Realm, Talisman, Return of the Heroes, Runebound, and finally, Dungeons and Dragons Fantasy Adventure Boardgame. Recently I traded a good soul one of the games I'm not particularly fond of for Z-Man's latest adventure game, Prophecy. I, just 2 nights ago, played my third game of Prophecy, and I am here to tell you that it is hands-down one of the most fun adventure games I've ever played. It's ridiculously simple, but there are still "moment of truth" decisions to be made that affect...
Written by Ken B.
October 19, 2010
House of Spirits (Designed by Mark Thomas, published by Lock 'n Load Publishing) has arrived just in time for the holidays--a spooky, competitive romp through a haunted mansion where players try and solve the mystery of the titular House of Spirits.