Raid and pillage. Raise animals. Expand your holdings. Collect valuable treasure. Eat flax! Become the Viking of your dreams. Read our review of Uwe Rosenberg’s newest game A Feast For Odin!
Category - Modern Board Games
Board games have come a long way since the 1970s. They’ve even come a long way since the 1990s and early 2000s. Gone are the days of flimsy cardboard and games with little decision making. Modern board games come with a visual bang: glossy paper, thick durable cardboard and even resin or high quality pvc miniatures. But more important than the appearance is the gameplay.
Modern board games pack quality decisions, rewarding actions, and numerous ways to play, and win. From competitive play to cooperative, the games listed below are just a tiny drop in the ocean that is modern board gaming. These are games that I love and would play just about any time. Perhaps some of them might be of interest to you; you might even find your next favorite game. Dive in and take a look.
Explore the galaxy. Expand your empire. Exploit resource-rich planets. Exterminate your foes. Can you bring your people to cultural ascendancy? Will you rise above your foes to emerge victorious? We take a look at the epic Star...
Eighty years after the nanopocalypse, the earth is mostly ruins. Fight for dominance over your rivals in a race to see who can rebuild their Colony first. Read our review of Colony.
There’s no doubt about it, Lotus is a beautiful game. But is it is as good as it is pretty? Read our review of Lotus to find out!
Ever wanted to run your own television network? Think you can do better than the big three? There has been lots of buzz about The Networks, but does it live up to the hype? Read our review of The Networks to find out!
Quarriors is a six-sided slug fest, a hexhedronal hullabaloo. Build the perfect creature army and conquer your foes in Quarriors.
Warp Gate, this is Daedalus do you copy? Attempting to make our escape from the Singularity. If we don't make it, tell our families that we lo...
This brightly colored box hides a wicked, tactical bridge building wargame dressed up as a dreamy tropical paradise. Dive into our Kahuna review.
Jaipur is an exciting and fun two player card game with a wonderful trading and set collection mechanism. He who controls the camels, controls the game.