Browsing the "Resource Management" Tag

A Year of Plagues

February 20th, 2017 | by Luke Turpeinen

Pandemic Legacy's success is not due primarily to the content of the game in terms of mechanics or physical components- but rather with the manner in which these are delivered to the players over the course of play

Royal Gifts for King and Queen

October 26th, 2015 | by Nicole Jekich

King’s Forge and Queen’s Jubilee Review Hear ye, hear ye! The King and Queen have set a competition for all [&hellip

My Pint Glass Epitaph

May 18th, 2015 | by Luke Turpeinen

What sets Alewood apart from other drinking and party games is very simple: it's actually a good board game, that happens to use liquid in a glass as a literally consumable resource

To Form a More Perfect Union

March 30th, 2015 | by Luke Turpeinen

There are theoretically two main political parties in the US but in reality they are large coalition parties. Democracy is a game that explores that side of government

Wacky Roll Review

July 2nd, 2014 | by Nicole Jekich

Games based on licenses are usually scrutinized more by their established fan base for how well they present the source material. Not so sure with this one

Like A Boss Monster

April 30th, 2014 | by Luke Turpeinen

This is a great game for anyone who knows what Metroidvania or Gygaxian Death Trap are, because Boss Monster is a silly love letter made especially for that person

A Land Of Milk And Honey

April 21st, 2014 | by Luke Turpeinen

The name Ophir is derived from a biblical reference. The game Ophir doesn't have a biblical theme, but it uses the idea of shipping gold to create a really solid merchant style game

Then The Fire Nation Attacked!

April 18th, 2014 | by Luke Turpeinen

If you like Hellenistic buildings and white marble structures that you get to blow up with earthquake and fire storm spells then I've got good news for you

In the Suburbs

March 7th, 2014 | by Luke Turpeinen

I would recommend Suburbia for people new to board games as well as those who like tile-placing games like Carcassone but who have out-grown its simplicity. This is a solid addition to every gaming library

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