Could playing Splendor online possibly be as good as playing it in person? Read our review of the digital version of Splendor to find out!
Tag - Board Game Apps
One of the most fascinating developments over the past decade or so has been the slow merging of tabletop and digital gaming. As smartphones have proliferated, even people who never would have sat down to play a board game find themselves opening an app to play a few quick rounds during their lunch break. With many of the biggest names in games offering digital adaptation it’s impossible to keep up with which apps are necessary, which offer something new, and which aren’t worth the download. Let Meeple Mountain guide your fingertips with our board game app reviews!
Can the digital Scythe possibly make fans of the board game version happy? Read our review to find out!
Read our review to find out if the digital version of Terraforming Mars really captures all of the board, bits, and cards into an app worthy of your attention.
I held the lives of thousands in my hands as I facilitated the birth of a new colony in space. When I previewed Beyond Humanity: Colonies I saw the future of app-integrated board gaming, and it left me awestruck.
What if you combined the world of Joan of Arc with the technology from Chronicles of Crime? Read our review of Time of Legends: Destinies to find out more!
Reading Time: 4 minutesThe golden age of tabletop gaming has consequently led to a similar surge in mobile applications that can easily adapt board games to phones and tablets. New ones are arriving almost every week, and a...
Magic Arena is Wizard of the Coast’s attempt to enter into the free-to-play electronic card games market, and they've done a really good job of it. But is playing Arena worth the time and effort if you can only play Standard...
Have you ever wanted to fight hordes of undead but don’t have the time for tedious set-up? Check out our review of Zombicide Mobile. Game on the go in the app that brings one of CMON’s greatest hits back to life.
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.
Istanbul is a modern classic of board gaming and is now available in the app store. Read our Istanbul: Digital Edition review to find out how the digital conversion has gone.