Who doesn’t like pirate games? Guns or Treasure is a fun and simple card game full of bluffing and strategy.
The Crafting Rogue
In Tetragon you are transported to a world of 2D puzzles. Using the Tetragem you move walls, change gravity, and raise and lower towers to climb your way to portal doors.
Do you have fond memories of playing Frogger in the arcade? Well, now it’s a board game! Check out our review of this nostalgic classic.
For fans of roguelite hack and slash games, Tunche is a fun and vibrant (hand drawn) game to add to your rotation!
Looking for some great board games to relax and chill with? Find some peace and zen? Well, here are our top 10 choices for finding your inner meeple
It’s not always easy to find a solo card game that has high replay value, easy to learn, and quick to play. Thankfully, For Northwood! fits the bill perfectly.
Spring is coming which brings with it the desire to get outside. The perfect time to reread Patrick F McManus books!
Sometimes in this hectic, stressful world, you need to just completely chill out with a cheerful game about bathing capybara.
I’ve always been a fan of word games. Whether good old-fashioned Boggle or fun little word games on my iPhone. Vowl: The Game of Letters Gone Astray is a new take on fast-paced word games that, frankly, I’m amazed hasn’t existed before now! Such a simple concept, but a challenging brain game.
Submerged: Hidden Depths is quite possibly my game of the year for 2022. Yup, I said it. This puzzle game meets walking simulator is gorgeous and has a story that not only draws you in but stays with you.
Oaxaca: Crafts of a Culture highlights the Mexican city’s culture of markets and crafts by creating a fun mechanic of crafting and selling and includes numerous variants to customize the card game as you like best.
Any game by Stonemaier Games is sure to be phenomenal, but Libertalia: Winds of Galecrest went above and beyond. This game is addictive (in a good way) and sure to be a hit at any gaming table, whether solo or with a group!