I’ve talked recently about the Tokaido App, and before about Tsuro. The way they’re calm games which are interesting yet relaxing. I don’t know what it is about games starting with the letter ‘T’ but I’d put Tatsu in the same box.
Spot It! (the exclamation mark is important) is one of those games it’s easy to dismiss at first.
Cards on the table (self-high-five for the pun), I would never have bought Dutch Blitz. In fact when Gateway to Games suggested sending it to me I told them it wasn’t my sort of thing.
When I say Unlock is an experience, I am in no way being metaphorical.
I knew I had to get my hands on Burgle Bros. So I got to work and formulated a plan of my own. I emailed Tim Fowers.
When you think about Zombies, what’s the first thing which comes to mind? Hoards of flesh eating, cannon fodder.
The setting – an ancient desert city with hidden artefacts. The mission – uncover the legendary flying machine. The catch – the desert is alive.
Mechs. They’re awesome. Think about it. Machines built for pure power, destruction and combat across all sorts of terrains.
For every fifty crowdfunding games which get produced, there’s one gem which deserves to become well known.
A while ago now, when I was first convincing the family that Board Games could be something more than Monopoly, one of the things that helped were to select games with a great art style and a family friendly theme. It doesn’t get much friendlier than feeding a Panda.