Tagged: 1-4 Players

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Cosmoctopus Review

Fans of lighter games, families dipping their toes in the waters of modern board games, and those of you who are part of a group that welcomes new members from time to time will take a lot from it

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Windmill Valley Review

This is a great example of everything a modern Euro game should be. Clean design, clear rules, bright boards, and just the right amount of mental overhead.

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Roll Player Review

A game about making a character for another game. Is that really a game? It turns out that yes, it most definitely is a game, and a fun game at that.

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Luthier Preview

The blind bidding clack-clack-clack of the worker disc placement adds a rich, bright counterpoint to the by-the-books Euro format of collecting resources to fulfil goals. A toccata to its fugue, if you like.

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Rats Of Wistar Review

The luck elements in the game might lead you to house rule it or straight up not enjoy it, but if you don’t mind a bit of a gamble, Rats of Wistar is another great game from the Simone Luciani stable.

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Feed & Breed Review

Feed & Breed is a super cute push-your-luck game about rabbits trying to collect food and avoid foxes, and it’s a lot of fun.

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Nucleum Review

When you’re constantly being namechecked in the same sentence as BGG’s number one game of all time, you’re doing something right.

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Sidequest: 7th Sea Review

If you’re looking for the short version of “Is it any good?”, then I can confirm that yes, it is. Stick around and let me explain why.