I sit down with designer Ryan Schneider to get an in-depth look at the unpublished-but-wonderful game Hidden Paths.
Author - Logan Giannini
Recent Articles & Reviews by Logan Giannini
Sometimes affection for a game can run deeper than its objective quality, mechanics, and "gameplay." Even a game like Monopoly can hold a special place in both your heart and your history.
Hot off the success of their “Unique Games” releases of Discover and KeyForge, Fantasy Flight Games have decided to leverage their new technologies in even bigger ways, helping gamers overcome the rigors and difficulties of...
There's a lot happening in this tactical, simultaneous-movement, skirmish game--even that sentence was a mouthful. Underneath it, though, is a sleek, simple game with cunning, strategy, and one of my favorite mechanics I've...
"Wingspan" is a game that defies all logic simply by existing, but not only does it exist but, if you'll pardon the pun, it absolutely soars.
Some of my favorite games have the fewest rules; focus on how to excel rather than expend brainpower. Read our review of "Trinity", a new game that falls squarely in that category.
In today's Board Game Soapbox Logan laments the lack of great in-box organization for most board games. Is he right...or raving?
More robust than you would expect from a “simple” deduction game, Cryptid offers the chance to brave the uncharted (okay, so they’re kind of charted) wilderness in search of new species most would say are fictitious.
Is what's inside the box as good as what's on the outside? Come read our review of the stunningly beautiful 'Everdell'.
The aliens have arrived in Blackwood: let’s throw stuff at them! Read our review of Visitor in Blackwood Grove to see if you can figure out how to penetrate their forcefield!
Reading Time: 10 minutesEvery game is an “Abstract” game. Let’s get that out of the way early. Every game you will ever find is, to varying degrees, an abstraction of whatever concept it is attempting to convey. Even...
Hatfields or McCoys. Coke or Pepsi. Abstract or Thematic. Some differences can simply never be reconciled. Or can they..?
This is one of the best abstract games of the last decade that somehow flew under everyone’s radar. Read our review of Push Fight.