Build wildly colorful 3D undersea structures in the brand new game from the publishers of Azul. Read our Reef review and get hooked.
Category - Abstract Strategy Board Games
“Abstract strategy” refers to a style of game in which gameplay is focused solely on player decision-making, with little or no element of chance, and in which theme is secondary or nonexistent. Chess is a well-known example of an abstract strategy game.
The Demigod of Trees has fallen. The power vacuum needs to be filled. Find out if you’re the one to fill it in our review of Tiny Trees!
Check out our review of Ganz schön clever, the hottest new roll and write game, and find out if this Kennerspiel nominee deserves its place in the spotlight.
This beautiful tile laying game created by Michael Kiesling has taken the world by storm. Read our Azul review to find out why this Spiel des Jahres nominated game has people talking!
In Judo, kuzushi is the art of imbalance: a subtle push or pull that shifts your opponent just enough that you can make your move. Check out our review of the game Kuzushi which captures this spirit with a deck of cards smaller...
Hatfields or McCoys. Coke or Pepsi. Abstract or Thematic. Some differences can simply never be reconciled. Or can they..?
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...
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.
Read our review of Dream Catchers, a fun and whimsical cooperative game about collecting sweet dreams, chasing away bad dreams, and defeating the monsters under the bed.
Dokmus is a clever, challenging game of spatial awareness, area control, and expansion. If this sounds intriguing then it may just be right for you. Check out our Dokmus review for details.