Stefan Feld’s masterpiece, The Castles of Burgundy, has received the app treatment. How does it stand up to the physical game? Read our review to find out.
Category - Medieval Board Games
Although only 8 years old, The Castles of Burgundy has become a classic staple of board gaming. Read our review of The Castles of Burgundy to find out why.
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