Are you #TeamTokugawa or a #SanadaStan? Find out which historical Japanese clan you favor in Ian’s review of Rokumon from EX1ST Games!
Print & Play
Print-and-play is not a genre of game, but rather a delivery method. Print-and-play games are usually provided by a publisher as an electronic set of images which, when printed on paper or cardstock, can be assembled into the necessary game pieces. This is a significantly less expensive method of game distribution and is often favored by small publishers as well as game designers looking for playtesting input. Some publishers, such as Cheapass Games, have made print-and-play the backbone of their company, proving that enjoyable gameplay can often be more important than high-quality components.
If you can count to 21, you can play Sky Towers. Learn more about this adorable card game in Ian’s review of Sky Towers from Ex1st Games!