In this Rapid Review, I sat down with a couple of games I thought worked well at pubs. To test them out, we had a couple of drinks, swapped some stories and lied about the old days. All the games played fast and are easy to learn with relatively few components to worry over or spill... Continue Reading →
Something evil is stirring. Will the intrepid investigators find out what sinister plot the Keeper has in mind, and if so, will they be able to stop it in time? Mansions of Madness is a semi-cooperative game, where all the players but one take on the roles of investigators in the H.P. Lovecraft Cthluhu... Continue Reading →
Fantasy Flight Games submits to an interview conducted by ace investigative journalist, Tracy.