Sun Tzu famously said: “Attack is the secret of defense; defense is the planning of an attack.” Find out how you can hone your warcraft in our review of Air, Land, & Sea.
Category - Two Player Spotlight
Board games are as old as history itself. Men and women have been pitting themselves in contests of intellect, luck, and skill for thousands and thousands of years. Now the only difference is that we have a constellation of options to to choose from. Fight for control of a chain of islands in the Pacific, best your opponents as a merchant in a desert city, or simply be the one to bust open a Piñata at a birthday party.
Playing two player board games is a delight and a challenge. These games by necessity must be tight and well done. There’s no variety in play style simply by adding more players. I regularly play many of the games listed below with my 10 year daughter and with my wife. It’s a great way to grow friendships and intimacy, but it’s also a great way to crush your enemies beneath your feet. Either way is fine…just get to playing!
Mandala may seem like a nice quiet game of playing colorful cards, but is there something deeper to find here? Read Ian's review of Mandala to find out what these beautiful designs are hiding.
You wouldn’t think it, but elves and gnomes get lost in the forest all the time. Find out how you can help them get home in our review of Fairy Trails.
Check out our review of Bushido by Grey Fox Games to see if this title has what it takes to rise above the rest.
King Richard has been captured and it’s up to you, one of the Locksley heirs, to raise the ransom money for his safe return. Find out how in our review of Robin of Locksley!
If you’re on the hunt for a killer two player game, then check our review of Imhotep: The Duel from acclaimed designer Phil Walker-Harding!
Join Boardgame Brody in his video review of Herrlof as he checks out this 2 player trick taking game to become the next Viking King.
Have you ever wanted to take characters from drastically different universes and battle them? Check out our review of the Funkoverse Strategy Game and see how your favorites fare in fun fights.
If you've ever wanted to pit Andrew Jackson against John Quincy Adams in a mud-slinging frenzy, then check out our review of Revolution of 1828 and see if that's just what the doctor ordered.
How do you make a brand new game feel like an ancient tradition? Read our review of SHŌBU to find out.