Board Game Archive
I'm not normally one for the cutesy games, but who can deny cats? The Internet loves them, as does my partner. So when she showed me this game on Kickstarter called Kitten Casualty, I couldn't do anything
Bushido Breaker requires the players to employ complex strategy and the ability to read one’s opponents.
"I have come to invite you to compete in building a tower to showcase our love. You and the three greatest architects of Geometria will compete in the Tournament of Towers."
The game is set between the events of the first game and that of the second with players taking up the roles of heroes to explore the land, acquire weapons and abilities, slay horrible creatures and encounter
‘That one there is Mr. Squeaks, he is the most vocal and look, I think he sees his other hamster friends in the next cage.’
"... being represented as a Godzilla like monster, trashing the business district as a corporate looking man runs away with a briefcase full of money."
Looking to settle down with friends and/or family this long weekend for some board games? Here are my top board game picks for Easter!
I do not claim to be an audiophile or even someone who knows much about music at all. But I know what I like, and I know what will suit a role playing game.
I will just say Dig is great. The people I played with really enjoyed it, as did I. We all hope the Kickstarter takes off with gusto and succeeds by multitudes.
I was quite shocked when Stuart of District 31 contacted me about Ember and his re-release of it. As I reviewed the original and really enjoyed it, it actually made my ‘Top 10 Games I Reviewed in