Some people like science, some people like words. Find out if Genius Games found a way to combine them in our review of Nerd Words Science.
Category - Deduction Board Games
Who knew that the bakery business was so backstabbing?! Read our Pie Town review to see if this game is hot out the oven or if it came out half baked.
Your party host is poisoning the guests’ wine. You have an important choice to make: drink your wine or swap glasses with someone else. Read our In Vino Morte to review to see how surviving is trickier than you think.
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.
Self described as “Star Wars Rebellion in 18 Cards”, Button Shy’s newest game has a lot to live up to. Read our Liberation review to find out if it succeeds.
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!
Today we’re on the trail of a classic board game, a Spiel des Jahres winner from back before the World Wide Web was invented. Read our review of Scotland Yard.
Can you crack the 400 year old mystery of Shakespeare’s Dark Lady? Read our review of The Black Sonata, a solo and hidden movement and deduction game, and find out if you’re up to the challenge.
Two teams race against the clock to decipher clues to determine a 3-digit number. Check out our Decrypto review to find out more.
Sherlock is old news, there is a new detective at the helm. With you and your team of investigators hot on the case, London has never been safer...right?
Join Captain Ahab on the hunt for the great white whale in the new 18 card micro game from Past Go Gaming. Read our review of Leviathan, a fast-paced, fun, 2-player game based on the classic novel, Moby Dick.
In today’s 2-player spotlight, we talk about Codenames Duet, one of the new offerings from Czech Games Edition. This game pits two players against the game itself as they race to figure out the identities of their secret agents...
There are lots of social deduction games on the market, so what does The Chameleon have that others don't? Smarts, sexiness, and streamlined gameplay for starters. Wanna know what we think? Read our review of The...