Frequently, before the publishing of this review, we got messages from our viewers expressing hope. As in, they hoped we would like this game. Let us say right now, Pax Pamir is a game like no other. Job done. Why even watch the video?
What we mean by “like no other” is that it’ll astound like no other, envelop like no other and confound like no other. It’s not uncommon to expect reviewers to dish out verdicts, but we see our job less as judges and more as guides. So if you’d like to know whether Pax Pamir is for you, then go on. Click that play button.
Roll and writes! Today we’re reviewing Welcome to Dino World, a new entry into a genre so notorious that it developed its own in-joke entry called Rolland Wright the Roll and Write board game. We’ve certainly fallen head over heels for quite a few of these such as Gans Schon Clever, Welcome To and Railroad Ink. But with the dawning of a new year come innovations and like a hungry Tyrannosaurus, Welcome to Dino World barges into your living room and demands attention because it is different. How different? Only one way to find out.
Here he comes, here comes the Batman - he’s a demon on wings. And he’s gonna sell you a big box of plastic. Just before we rush off to UK Games Expo we want to leave a little review we have made for you of a teeny tiny game about a caped crusader and his, as it turns out by counting all the other miniatures in the box, seventeen thousand friends and enemies.
And since this is quite a long video, we’ll just let it do the talking. Hope you enjoy the review!
Oh no! How do I write this blurb without asking the all important question: will this game sink or swim? If you’ve not heard of Underwater Cities then you are in for a treat if you like your games non confrontational and loaded with more cards than Gambit’s utility belt.
Fans of Shipyard, Last Will and The Prodigal’s Club (which we’ve reviewed a very long time ago) might recognise the name Vladimír Suchý. But unlike the previous games that were published by Czech Games Edition, this time Vladimír set out to make a game via his own, brand new publishing company. And that feels appropriate because Underwater Cities is not only nothing like its predecessors but also feels much grander in scope. Excited? Good. Take a comfy seat, get your kelp treat on and enjoy our review.
Buckle your Buckleberry belts little hobbitses because we’re about to show you something so precious you might want to run away with it. Yes, this big box of board game has Lord of the Rings on the front and FFG where the logo should be. Which can only mean that most people don’t even need a review to know that they’ll love it no matter what. But, if you’d like some discerning opinion on whether you should part with one hundred dollary-doos for a big box of board game then you’ve come to the right website.
Lord of The Rings: Journeys in Middle-Earth Review - YouTube
Sometimes simple can mean complex and sometimes simple can mean vicious. In the case of The Estates - it’s both. Welcome to a game that says - hey - it’s time to play with some wooden colour blocks and maybe potentially breed an insatiable desire to tell your friends things you’ll come to regret for many years to come. “Sign me up,” you say? Well hang on just a minute, this review is far from over. Sit back, click play and don’t relax because this game is about to hit you like a ton of bricks.
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Behold, the wonderful world of birds - nature’s favourite flying mammal - in all its glory. Wingspan doesn’t skimp one bit at showing you just how beautiful these creatures can be and comes with an amount of eggs so large that it can only mean that those one hundred and seventy bird cards have been getting up to no good in your brand new board game box. That’s right. Birds are the new sexy and publisher Stonemaier Games is ready to sell you a board game full of them. Just as well we’ve got a review ready to help you make up your mind.
You better believe it - this little wonder with wings is our game of the year so fasten your oxygen masks because so frequently this tiny box is exhilarating. Each year so many games fight for that precious spot of being the next entry level darling and whilst Now Boarding hasn’t quite made the waves it should have - we feel like it stands with the best of the best in its genre. What’s that Air Control? We’ve got the green light? You heard it folks, better press that play button and we’ll be on our way.
Now Boarding Review - Game of the Year 2018 - YouTube
Diving into peoples dreams, miniature black holes, Winnie the pooh - those are not items from my Amazon checkout page - they’re just some of the elements that make up the whole that is Comanauts. There’s enough ideas in this board game to fill up an Olympic swimming pool and they’re so eclectic that it’ll probably make google bots think this entire page is gibberish spam. I don’t think I’m doing a very good job explaining it so here, just watch this video, it’ll make it better. Uh oh, I think I hear the google bot knocking on my door. Hurry, click play before it takes me to spam prison!