The latest and greatest in news and Kickstarter. Sadly, this week we go sans Dan. Thank you to everyone who contributed on the Guild #2077 and provided feedback on our Nonsensical Yearbook episodes! Also, be sure to head over to BoardGameGeek
Join us for Part Two of our Nonsensical Yearbook! We cover 2016's best mechanisms, best innovations, biggest flops, best games from years past, and our favorite game of the entire year. We hope you enjoy! (And if you haven't already,
We're back with a two-part episode, our Nonsensical Yearbook for 2016! Join us here for Part 1 and recap the best in presentation, value, theme, hype and staying power that 2016 had to offer!
Dan, Matt and Steve are currenlty plundering what Seafall has to offer in its tightly sealed chests of secrets. This is a running log of our plays as we go along in the coming weeks. SPOILERS!
In a period that spans three epochs players will have the chance to build their little corner of Egypt and gain the favor of the Pharaohs.
Throw on your cloak, grab your cauldron and beakers and let’s get to cookin’.
We put our head in the clouds and review Via Nebula, a light weight route building game from Martin Wallace.
If there is one thing that French nobles cannot resist, it is elegant gardens for them to meander through. Make your botanicals the talk of society!
In October of 1962, humans sat closer to potential extinction than ever before, and the results of the world’s most notorious staring contest rested in the hands of two very egotistical politicians.
A digital version of the card game that tasks players to be the last man standing in the face of an ever-changing set of conditions.
Can you catch the ‘big one’, or will you be left with just another tale to tell around the bar?
A new gaming storage solution that looks to improve the lives of gamers.