Adrenaline is a loving homage to 3rd-person-shooter video games, giving you a laser-tag arena and dozens of uniquely powerful weapons. Read our review of the arena romping Adrenaline.
Category - Fighting Board Games
A fighting game is any one which allows player-controlled units to engage each other in combat. This can be done on an individual level, as in BattleCON, or can be part of a broader give-and-take between factions, such as in Small World. Because this category is exceptionally large and varied, there are a wide array of game mechanics which may be used.
A deck, a dungeon, an adventure... a success? Read our preview to find out what we think about Spire’s End!
Read our Life Siphon review to see why this combat strategy game of summoning and spells sucks….but in a good way.
Star ships, exploration, dice and aliens...lots of em. Check out our Hyperspace review and see why Sandy Peterson’s newest game is space combat at warp speed!
KeyForge, the world’s first unique deck game, made waves during its debut at Gencon 2018. Read our KeyForge review to find what it is and how it works.
A band of heroes enter a deep catacomb. Whether they leave as victors depends on how well they can flick. Read our review of Catacombs.
Do you ever feel like there’s not enough gene-splicing arena combat in your deck builders? Read our Mutants review to find out how Sen-Foong Lim and Jessey Wright jumped that hurdle.
Ever feel like playing a board game version of cat and mou… errr... giant monster and swarming fox army? Check out our Skulk Hollow review and see why good things do come in small packages!
With a seeming influx of fighting related games, read our UNCAGED: World Fighters review to see how this 2-player game sets itself apart from the pack… insert caged tiger pun here.
Prepare to battle bloodthirsty gladiators to the death in this deck-building arena combat game. Read our Carthage review to see if you should enter the ring!
Join us as we review Street Masters: Rise of the Kingdom, a throwback to the time when the arcade was the center of the universe and quarters were the best form of currency.
Factions go to war in this 4X-light big box game from a Gamelyn Games. Come read our Heroes of Land, Air, and Sea review to see if this is a game for your shelf, if it will even fit.
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.