Mystic Vale is a card crafting game from AEG and designer John D. Clair. In Mystic Vale players acquire clear advancement cards to increase their cards’ power rather than buy new cards like in a traditional deck builder. The game is innovative, beautiful, and chock full of replay ability.
We haven’t featured a lot of educational games on this website, but this game is something special. Check out the video to see the very unique and clever card design that makes learning math fun. If you’re a teacher or a parent of a grade school child you might want to check this one out!…
Review of Isle of Skye by Mayfair Games. Isle of Skye: From Chieftain to King is an economical tile-laying game for 2-5 players. At the time of this post Isle of Skye is a Kennerspiel de Jahres nominee!
Review of the cooperative game by Minion Games, Dead Men Tell No Tales. In DMTNT 2-5 players attempt to gather Treasure from a burning ship, all the while fighting off the undead crew members and attempting to keep the blaze from spreading.
Tom Vasel at The Dice Tower did a great review of Mystic Vale by AEG, and the game got top marks. It’s definitely worth a watch!
Nick over at Board Game Brawl did a great review of Scythe from Stonemaier Games. Check it out!
Video review of the upcoming Kickstarter strategy game, Sovrano, by Cambium Games! Move over Chess!
Expedition: The Roleplaying Card Game is live on Kickstarter now! Click here to check it out!
Hearts of AttrAction and Cup-A-Cup by R&R Games are featured in this double game review!