A review of Knit Wit

Historically, modern board gamers tend to turn up their collective noses up at party games, considering them less a game and more an activity beginning and ending on a whim or laugh or pulled groin. Any modern board game entries into the party game space are usually dominated with social deduction games (generally clones of... Continue Reading →

A Review of 7th Continent

You are one of four foolishly brave world explorers who returned from the first ever expedition to the newly discovered land off the coast of Antarctica -- the 7th Continent -- So new it doesn't even have a *name*. However, no time to publish...something is wrong and your team is slowly disappearing...and you are suddenly stricken... Continue Reading →

A review of Saint Malo from Ravensburger

Saint Malo is designed by Inka and Markus Brand -- designers of the Kennerspiel des Jahres winner, Village -- and published by Ravensburger.  In this dice rolling, city building game, players roll dice (Yahtzee style) to place items, locations and people into their city. However, unlike other city building games, Saint Malo has dropped all... Continue Reading →

Cthulhu in the Stacks: Kingsport Festival

I want everyone to repeat after me -- Lovecraftian Eurogame. Let those words roll off your lips and drip onto the floor. Savor them. These words will embrace you. Hold you. Ensnare you. The Cthulhu Mythos is a staple of large, sprawling thematic cooperative games such as Arkham Horror, Eldritch Horror. Cthulhu even dipped it’s... Continue Reading →

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