Last Will: The Review

A Solid Gold House!

As I’ve gotten older and wiser to the intricacies of Board Gaming, I’m finding that I need more theme in my games. If you’ve read my review on Dominion, you’ll remember that I didn’t like it because it was a game that could have been about anything – the theme wasn’t very important. Continue reading “Last Will: The Review”

Sheriff of Nottingham: The Review


He’s such a smug jerk.

How do you play Sheriff of Nottingham? Read the below. Continue reading “Sheriff of Nottingham: The Review”

War of the Ring- Second Edition: The Review

This box is as heavy as the burden of the ring upon Frodo’s neck.


I am in constant search for the Holy Grail of Board Games. That game that will appeal to the casual player, drip with theme, be endlessly replayable, and will be continually rewarding. ┬áLegendary games meet all of the criteria, great games meet some, good games probably meet two, and bad games meet none. War of the Ring- Second Edition is a great game. Continue reading “War of the Ring- Second Edition: The Review”

Cosmic Encounter: The Review

You had me at “Hammerhead Alien with a Snail on its Head!”


I feel like I have only scratched the surface with Cosmic Encounter. I’ve only just recently been able to play a game, but I can say unequivocally that it is a game that works so well, that it is recommended that you just go out and buy it. Continue reading “Cosmic Encounter: The Review”

Tales of the Arabian Nights: The Review

The artwork in this game is almost worth the price alone- so evocative.

Tales of the Arabian Nights is unlike anything I’ve ever played. It is obviously a labour of love┬áthat seems like it was a herculean task to create. I picture the writer of the Book of Tales trapped in a dungeon by an evil Vizier, ready to be killed at a whim, his life only being prolonged by his constant insistence that he’s almost done writing the book. Continue reading “Tales of the Arabian Nights: The Review”