Today Will and Sara review the new game Pie Town from Renegade Game Studios. This 2-4 player worker-placement game has a delightful theme, great gameplay, and a mystery mechanic!
Will and Sara take a look at two different card games from Escape Velocity. Their themes are based on classic pieces of literature. Find out what your hosts think of their gameplay in this review!
Will and Lincoln take a quick look today at the new Codenames Marvel. It's the latest addition to the Codenames line and it's full of amazing comic book art!
Will and Sara take a look at CMON's new 13 Clues game. It's a deduction game with a familiar theme and lots of quick thinking!
Today Will and Sara review Dragon's Hoard from Renegade Games. It's a set collection card game with some fun illustrations that plays in about 30-40 minutes
Kevin and Melissa review Asking for Trobils by Breaking Games.
Ryan and Katie take a look at By Order of the Queen by Junk Spirit Games.
Sara and Liam put together a review of Academy Games's 1775. It's an area control game based on the American Revolution.
Today Will and Sara give an overview of the game The Witches of the Revolution from Atlas games. Check out how to play and what they think about it.
Will and his son talk about the game Slide Blast from Foxmind today and show off all the components. It's a simple tile-placement game for the family and it's lots of fun!
Will and Sara take a look at the new Spiel des Jahres winner Kingdomino from Blue Orange. It's a simple and addictive domino tile placement game that's fun for the whole family!
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Today Will and Kevin take a look at Plan B's new Century: Spice Road board game. They give it a play through and explain the basics to the game and then share their opinions.
Will and Sara give a look at Renegade Game Studio's new Sentient board game. It's a game that involves cards and dice and trying to build the perfect tableau—and it's wrapped in a super rad futuristic theme.
Will and Sara take a look at 4 The Birds from Breaking Games. It's an abstract strategy game with a unique theme and lots of cool cardboard.
Will and Sara review the board game Rocky Road A La Mode from Green Couch games today. It's a big game packed into a little box.
Today Sara, Liam, and Lincoln review the game Carrotia. It's a tile placement game for the whole family. Funded on Kickstarter last year, it's lacking a little polish, but nothing that a few house rules can't make up for.
Rise of Tribes
2–4 Players, Age 10+, 30-60 min
on Kickstarter June 6th, 2017
Available in Standard and Deluxe Editions
Lead the Dawn of Civilization!
In Rise of Tribes, players lead prehistoric tribes to explore new lands, gather resources and discover new tools in an attempt to achieve greatness.
Using a unique dice mechanic to activate two actions per turn, you will choose to grow, move, lead or gather. There are many paths to victory. Decide to advance your fledgling civilization with new developments like pottery, basketry or horses. Hunt a mammoth, or tame it! Build villages, roam the great lakes, mountains and forests. Share the land, or seek to control territories.
Choose how you rise to victory!
Unleash Your Tribal Power!
Rise of Tribes features an advanced mode, with tribal faction powers.
Play as a great chieftain and choose 1 of 2 unique abilities to enhance your game.
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Today Ryan and Will take a look at a new game that on Kickstarter Right now. Head Hunters, from Gut Shot Games, is a miniatures tabletop game, of epic proportions. Literally.
Today Ryan and Katie review the board game House of Borgia, a new adaption of the old Liar's Dice mechanic. It includes some great card art, historic trivia, and solid gameplay. Check out their take in our terrible 2-minute review.
Ryan and Katie give the rundown of WongaMania in today's Terrible 2-Minute Review.
Will and Ryan give the rundown today on Banner Saga Warbands from MegaCon Games. Based on a popular video game, this co-op strategy game features rich artwork and a range of gameplay mechanics but it leaves Will and Ryan a bit unsure of how to rate it.
Today Sara and Katie give a review of Time Stories: Expedition Endurance. They start off spoiler-free if you just want to hear their general opinion. And then they jump into the details for a full rehash. Check it out!
Today Will and Ryan review The Big Book of Madness from Iello. It's a cooperative deck-building game where players have to pull together enough elemental magic to close a mysterious and terrifying book. Great illustrations, cool components, and interesting game play make this one another "two thumbs upper".
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