Will you be the maddest of the mad scientists? Read our Campy Creatures review to see how your well-placed monsters and timely mortal abductions can crown you the most diabolical and dastardly researcher!
Category - Card Games
The term “card game” was traditionally used to refer to games based on the standard 52-card deck, but has since grown to include collectible and/or living card games such as Magic: The Gathering, as well as games which use a custom deck such as Bohnanza. In modern card games, cards may be part of the player’s hand as well as a feature of the playspace in lieu of a more traditional board.
You won't need a chopping board for this salad, just a table and 2-6 people! Check out our review of Point Salad, the tasty treat from AEG.
Is Hanabi the original hidden information game? We're not sure, but our review of Hanabi is all public! Come see what your friends have been talking about for years.
Magic Arena is Wizard of the Coast’s attempt to enter into the free-to-play electronic card games market, and they've done a really good job of it. But is playing Arena worth the time and effort if you can only play Standard...
Escape Tales: The Awakening is a replayable escape room game driven by a fascinating story and challenging puzzles. Read our review of Escape Tales: The Awakening to learn more!
Are you skilled with a brush? Come show off your skills for the great master Hokusai. Read our Kanagawa review to find out more.
In the realm of light family card games, Uno is king. But read our review of PUSH to find out more about this contender for the throne!
Have you ever wanted to have a sorcerer battle while trying to collect relics from the spacetime Continuum? Check our our review of Antinomy and live your dream!
Are you fluent in the secret language of flowers? Read our Tussie Mussie review, create romantic bouquets from an 18-card deck to score points, and be wooed by its floral charms!
Can robots and A.I. replace Mafia and Werewolves? Read our review to help you decide if 3 Laws of Robotics is the new social deduction game for your group!
From humble beginnings or a life of nobility, your character will strive to reach their final Destiny. Read our Call to Adventure review and find out how!
Read our Ganymede review to see why this doesn’t deserve to be another game lost to the board game universe.
Sometimes you have to rethink a review you've written. One of our authors talks about this in his Race for the Galaxy review.