While Simurgh and the Call of the Dragonlord expansion being kickstarted as I write these words, and new elements are added to the game, I think it’s time to talk about what the expansion will include. Thus, today we start the journey through different modules of the expansion with the biggest and the most game changing… Read More Call of the Dragonlord: Forgotten Metropolis
The Simurgh Kickstarter campaign going on right now has brough on an interesting discussion about what has been labelled as “resource consistency” – or the basically having all of the resources in a game made the same way (using cubes, wooden meeples or cardboard tokens). And since Simurgh includes all of the mentioned types, we… Read More Of Cardboard and Wood – A Tale of Resources
Right from the start Mistfall was built as a game that would be both challenging and evocative. Being a board and an RPG gamer for years, I wanted to create a game that would have a strong story aspect, and as the vision of the world and its characters grew, it became obvious, that their… Read More The Valskyrr Adventure
The moment you take the first step into the fabulous world of designer board games, many things change. You find a new way to enjoy time with friends and loved ones. You embrace a pastime that is analogue and social, but does not require physical exertion or alcohol consumption. And you start to look at… Read More Games we love to hate
Are you a game designer or a fresh and motivated game publisher? Or, perhaps, an avid game player who spends a great many hours on BoardGameGeek checking what’s your next target, what are you going to play next week?
Is there any real innovation in board games lately? I’ve heard opinions in both directions and the truth lies somewhere in the middle… or does it?
Last week Andrei shared with you some of his impressions on games we played over an awesome gaming weekend hosted by Ania and Kuba of the Board Game Girl fame. Following in his footsteps, I take a turn talking about games not only played then, but also the ones I managed to experience over the… Read More The Essen Haul: 2015 Edition