Tag Archive: game reviews

Aug 01

The Lords of Rock: Description and Review

      The Lords of Rock, by Dave Killingsworth of SolarFlare Games, mixes the unlikely thematic duo of mythology and a cosmic battle of the bands.  In this game, 2-4 players will take control of a mythological Pantheon of gods and attempt to out rock the others for control of the universe!   The …

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Apr 14

Ion: A Compound Building Game: Description and Review

    Ion: A Compound Building Game, by John Coveyou, is a light card drafting game for 2-7 players in which the goal is to earn the most points by creating neutrally charged compounds, fulfilling the requirements of goal cards, and collecting Nobel Gasses.  The player, best able to manage these challenges over all three rounds …

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Jan 18

A Much Delayed, But Triumphant Return

First off, I want to send out one last thank you to everyone who supported the Kickstarter for Strife: Legacy of the Eternals, continues to support it with ratings on BGG and discussion across social media!  Secondly, I would like to briefly discuss the rather lengthy time period without new posts on this site, and …

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Sep 01

Hogger Logger: Description and Review

Hogger Logger is a fast paced card game for 2-5 players, in which players attempt to win rounds by correctly guessing whether cards will be higher or lower while trying to thwart the efforts of their opponents to do the same. I was provided with a prototype copy of Hogger Logger and therefore did not …

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Aug 29

The Majority 2: Description and Review

  The Majority 2, is a two-player card game from Muneyuki Yokouchi that was published in Japan in 2011 and is soon to be on Kickstarter in effort to bring it to the USA.  In the Majority 2, players are competing to take power of the underworld through political machinations to gain representatives of the …

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Aug 07

Nautilus Industries: Description and Review

  Nautilus Industries, by Leif Steiestol, is game in which 2-6 players take on the role of businessmen seeking to exploit Nemo’s technological legacy, the vast mineral resources of the ocean floor, and the immense profits that can be earned in the stock market!  The player most successful at all three will win the greatest …

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