First Take Fridays are a celebration of the ‘first time’ we played a game. Come see what our writers think about Bad Maps, Bandidi, Brass: Lancashire, Bye Bye Black Sheep, and Mint Delivery.
Author - Andrew Plassard
Recent Articles & Reviews by Andrew Plassard
First Take Fridays are a celebration of the ‘first time’ we played a game. Come see what our writers think about Villainous, Dale of Merchants Collection, Rise of Tribes, Founders of Gloomhaven, and Dark Stories.
First Take Fridays are a celebration of the ‘first time’ we played a game. Come see what our writers think about Welcome to..., Reef, Space Base, Mint Works, and The Pyramid's Deadline
First Take Fridays are a celebration of the ‘first time’ we played a game. Come see our writers think about Scarabya, The Rise of Queensdale, Newton, and Exit: The Game releases - Sunken Treasure.
Are you a fan of negotiation games? Do you like heavy resource management, engine building games? Check out our review of Sidereal Confluence to find out if this gem is for you.
First Take Fridays are a celebration of the "first time" we played a game. See what Kurt, Jesse, David, and Andrew have to say as they play three brand new games, and a 2 player classic.
Playing cards in order has never been harder than it is in the 2018 Spiel des Jahres nominee The Mind. Read our review of The Mind to find out if this simple game deserves a spot in your collection.
Some board games deserve sequels and others don’t need them. Altiplano is the sequel to Orleans, a game I already thought was very good. Read on to find out if Altiplano replaced Orleans, or if it did not live up to its older...
Join Meeple Mountain as we welcome Class Ross of Capstone Games! We talk about imports games, podcasts, and first time Kickstarter preparations.
Will Alice or the Red Queen win out? Check out our review of Wonderland to find out.
2018 is quickly shaping up to be another great year in board games. Here are the upcoming board game releases we're most excited about!
Tokyo Metro is a game inspired by the lucrative and intertwining train lines of Tokyo. Check out our review of Tokyo Metro and see if this unique economic simulation is for you.
Does the combination of one of the heaviest game designers with a classic gateway game create a combination made in heaven? Or does it leave us wanting something else? Check out our review of Pandemic: Rising Tide to find out!