Kevin gives an overview of Thorgal the Board Game being published by Portal Games.
Jonah gives his feedback on Sabika from Ludonova. If you're interested in the game you can purchase it here:
The whole crew sits down in this video to share their ViewPoints on the board game Ierusalem: Anno Domini from Devir Games. Have you had a chance to check it out? Whose viewpoint do you most align with?
Psydekick Larry and AmyEggs review Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood of Venice. See what they thought of this implementation of the video game Assassin's Creed. Tell us what video game IP you want to see in a board game.
Some of the Tantrum House crew talk about the new Poison Promise campaign from Lord of the Rings Journeys in Middle Earth.
Melissa and Kevin review Heat: Pedal to the Metal Board Game from Days of Wonder.
Ryan and Katie talk through their review of the Funko Games "Legacy of Isla Nublar" a Jurassic World game for 2 - 4 players.
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Melissa shares her thoughts on the board game Turing Machine from Scorpion Masque and Hachette.
Kevin looks at Galileo Project from Sorry We are French and Hachette. Galileo Project is a standalone game in the Ganymede universe, combining combos and engine-building.
Melissa shares her thoughts on WordCraft from Artipia Games.
Kevin reviews 3000 Scoundrels Board Game from Unexpected Games a division of Asmodee.
Will and Sara are talking about the new board game Come Together from ChiliFox Games. It's a richly themed worker-placement game that features some unique mechanics and lots of flavor.
Melissa and Kevin talk about Tiletum Board Game published by Board and Dice.
Tiletum is a dice management game in which dice have a dual function: gaining resources and performing actions. A certain number of dice will be rolled each round. On your turn, choose a die to gain the number of corresponding resources equal to the value of the die, then perform the associated action. The power of the action is inversely proportional to the value of the die, so the fewer resources you gain, the more powerful the actions you take and vice versa.
Melissa and Kevin deep dive into the Lacrimosa board game from Devir.
Right before Mozart died he composed the Lacrimosa movement of his Opus Requiem. You play as one of his sponsors working on completing this amazing work and reminiscing on fond memories with Mozart during his life.
Kevin looks at Challengers Board Game from ZMan games and Asmodee.
Challengers! is an interactive deck-management game for 1-8 players that plays in about 45 minutes independent of player count. With the tournament gameplay style, you meet another opponent every round.
Will and Sara are taking a look at the new expansion for the board game Prehistories from 25th Century Games. This box set will feature 4 new modules that add to your gameplay experience. Check it out on Gamefound September 6.
Will and Sara give an overview of Almost Innocent coming from Kolossal Games. It's a co-operative deduction game. Through different scenarios, you have to work with your teammates to prove your innocence. Coming to Kickstarter September 30.
Kevin shares an overview of Diamond Dig coming from Mr B Games.
Will and Sara are previewing the new board game from Arvis Games, Inc.: USC Reach. It's a tableau building, space exploration game for 2-4 players and it's coming to Kickstarter soon.
Will and Sara review the new board game from BoardGameTables.com Dandelions. It's a 2-3 player strategic movement, area control game.
Melissa shares her thoughts comparing the board game Foundations of Rome published by Arcane Wonders to Dead Reckoning by AEG.
Will and Sara are reviewing the new board game from Pretzel Games: Yak. It's a 2-4 player resource management game that features a rondel of yaks.
Check out this new board game from AEG! Wormholes designed by Peter McPherson. It's a quick pick up and deliver game for 1-5 players that plays in 45 minutes to an hour.
In Wormholes, each player is picking up passengers and trying to deliver them to certain planets to score points. Space is really big, though, and you only have enough energy for three movements per turn. So you’re going to need to build wormholes to make the trips faster. You can even use other players’ wormholes, but they gain a victory point when you do. To be the most successful captain, you must strategically place your wormholes, efficiently plan your movements, and get a little lucky with the passengers you pick up.
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