How did Catan become a game that has sold over 22 million copies and played all over the world? It's all about sheep, ore, wheat, and wood. Read on to find out why we love Catan.
Tag - Games We Love
Bricks are red,
ore is grey,
I love this game,
I’d play it all day.
Some games make a huge impact on our lives, they get under our skin and refuse to let go. Maybe their mechanics scratch an itch we never knew we had or they’ve got a theme that’s just so us. Perhaps they helped us bond with an important friend or were the first game to get us into the hobby. Whatever the reason, we adore them. Sure, maybe they aren’t perfect but to us they’re just right.
These are the games we love.
Suburbia was released way back in 2012, a diamond in some fairly beige rough. How come it’s still so good? What is its legacy and impact? Where can it go next? These are collected thoughts on Suburbia, its three main...
Gemstone tokens and development cards work to create one of the easiest, most simple engine-building games that our reviewer has ever played. Read on to learn why Splendor is one of our favorite games.
Out of all the games I’ve played, I love Mysterium just a little more than most. Let me tell you why.
It’s difficult to pick just one game as your favourite. And I still haven’t! But there are some games I come back to again and again, and can comfortably say that I love. Here are the Top 6 Reasons I Love Terra Mystica.
Carcassonne, one of the most famous “gateway” games, has been winning people over for almost 20 years now. Today, two of our writers explore just what it is that draws people to this game and keeps them coming back for more.
Everybody has a story about the game that got them into this lovely hobby of ours. For me that game was Ticket to Ride, but it wasn’t quite love at first sight. Read on to find out why.
Join Jim as he takes a few moments to gush about a game he loves: Lords of Hellas. What are some of his favorite things about this tactical miniatures game?
A former Spiel des Jahres winner, Village remains a classic contest of life and death. It may be rustic but it’s certainly not rusty, read our review of Village to find out just what makes this bucolic game so captivating!
Playing the next new game is great, but sometimes it’s nice to play something familiar, a game you know you love. Join us in today’s “Games We Love” as we look at one of my favorites, Blood Rage.