Monkey Butt - Game Review

By Dan Vasile, 2016-12-20 13:49

As the name may suggest, Monkey Butt is a competitive but fun family game filled with quirky humour, fancy artwork and innovative gameplay. There’s a reasonable amount of strategy involved, making the game suitable for the more ‘gamer’ type too. If you’re looking for a great card game that brings you something a bit more unique and memorable, then Monkey Butt is right up your street… The game is casual and quick to learn, suitable for ages 8 and up and for 2 to 8 players. A single game takes around 20 minutes to complete and comes in a compact box; great for on the go.

Banana Bandits - Game Review

By Dan Vasile, 2016-12-06 16:19
Banana Bandits

The Banana Bandits need a new leader, but not just anyone will do. The big Boss of the Banana Bandits is looking for one particular bandit to become his successor and take leadership of the group. Competitors must be hardworking and capable to claim a victory that is rightfully theirs! An exciting game to say the least, Banana Bandits is suitable for ages 8 and up for 2 to 4 players. A game will take approximately 30 minutes after setup. Are you ready for battle?

Nine Worlds - Game Review

By Dan Vasile, 2016-12-01 18:16
A game of Gods and their followers pitted in a struggle for control of the Nine Realms! Based in the nine worlds of Norse and Anglo-Germanic mythology. Command your armies to go forth and conquer!
Asgard - Odin
Vanaheim - Ullr
Aelfheim - Freyr
Jotunheim – Thrym
Midgard - Beowulf
Nidarvellir – Hreidmar
Muspelheim - Surtr
Svartalfheim - Andvari
Niflheim – Hel

Posthuman Game Review

By Keith Wilson, 2016-11-21 18:13
Posthuman Game Review

Posthuman is a semi-cooperative survival game set in a post-apocalyptic world, in which you and up to three other players are on a lonely journey to a rumoured safe-house. Will you survive, or will you evolve? These are the two ways to win in Posthuman; survive, as a human, and reach the fabled Fortress; or evolve into a mutant, and attempt to destroy the remaining human players.

Your journey takes you through an ever changing, vast, open world, full of both wonderful and terrifying encounters:

Dust Adventures Roleplay Review

By Dan Vasile, 2016-11-21 13:16

The year is 1945 and in our timeline the Second World War is coming to an end, but this isn't our timeline it's Dust. For the citizens living in the world of Dust they face a very grim future. Alien technology has boosted the war effort turning it all into a war of attrition..well it did until the dead started being drafted. 

Dale of Merchants - Game Review

By Nigel, 2016-11-17 19:29
So where do we start with this one. It’s a deckbuilder. Now i’ve played lots of deck builders before but not quite like this. This one is different and in a number of great ways. 
To start with this game is built up from several animal decks, each of which has its own game play and style. These include the Thieving Northern Racoons, Lucky Ocelots and Hoarding Flying Squirrels to name but three. A typical game uses a number of these decks equal to the players plus one.

Terrible Monster - Game Review

By Stephen Keenan, 2016-11-17 15:46
Terrible Monster - Game Review
Published by Sweet Lemon Publishing Terrible Monster is a 2 player card game designed by the Japanese game designer Shun. In Terrible Monster you take the role of a mighty tribe leader fighting for supremacy against another formidable tribe leader! Cast spells, counter your opponents cards and summon terrible monsters to win!   


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