Boardgame Brody helps Mia London solve a huge mystery involving silly scoundrels in his video review & unboxing of Mia London and the Case of the 625 Scoundrels by Scorpion Masqué Games.
Board Game Reviews
Reviews are the mainstay of any tabletop media outlet, and we sure know how to write them. Our team of experienced writers offer their insights on the latest tabletop releases, and even on some classic titles. We’re not just about the new and the now though—no game is too big or too small, too old or too new, too popular or too obscure. If it’s part of the tabletop hobby, then we’ll review it.
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Worker placement and set collection combine in spaaaaaaace. Check out our Merchants of Infinity review and find out how to jockey for position and resources on a busy space station named after a recently-deceased mathematician.
Interested in a challenging escape room board game that’s heavily driven by a story? Look no further than Escape Tales: Low Memory. Check out our spoiler-free review to learn more.
Tabletop gaming has a thriving community on Patreon, where experimental designs can find an immediate audience. Read Ian’s review of Personal Space from Button Shy Games to find out why this experiment is a rousing success.
Boardgame Brody follows the river giving all his wealth to King Tut's tomb in his unboxing video and review of Tutankhamun by 25th Century Games.
A box with everything you need to play at least 22 games for between 1-10 players sounds too good to be true. Is it? Read our review of Looney Lab’s Pyramid Arcade to find out!
Boardgame Brody places polyominos on an asteroid that will soon become home in his video review of Cosmic Colonies by Floodgate Games.
Boardgame Brody shows off how to build on an asteroid solely to win the game in his solo video playthrough of Cosmic Colonies by Floodgate Games.
Read Kathleen’s review of Steven Universe: Beach-A-Palooza to see if this card battle can please board gamers and Steven Universe fans alike.
Talon Strikes Studio is looking to amplify the success of Vinyl with a brand new expansion. Is Vinyl: Big Band another classic or just a B-side? Find out in Ian’s review of Vinyl: Big Band!