Join us as we review the 2019 Best Import Game nominees for Meeple Mountain’s 2nd Annual Diamond Climber Board Game Awards.
Tag - Import Games of Importance
It’s official, board gaming is a world wide phenomenon! The hobby is experiencing a renaissance not only in the United States, but on a global scale. Publishers from nearly every country are releasing wonderful games; and while many foreign titles are eventually released in the US, others may never be introduced here. Import Games of Importance spotlights and reviews these global gems.
Look for games from Europe (France, Germany, Portugal, Spain), Asia (Japan, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan), and all parts unknown. If you’re a board game publisher outside of the USA and would like us to review your game, please send in a request for review.
Nine Tiles Panic is a real-time tile-layer starring cute (and hungry) aliens! Find out why this speedy, competitive puzzler is an interstellar hit!
Grab yer dry erase pens and join us as we review Silver & Gold. Ya’rr mateys, it’s treasure we’re after!
Reading Time: 5 minutes A Review of the Primal Punk RPG and the Conclusion of its Epic Adventure Campaign DeGenesis Several months ago, we wrote a First Take on the critically acclaimed primal punk role-playing game, DeGenesis:...
In the realm of light family card games, Uno is king. But read our review of PUSH to find out more about this contender for the throne!
Looking for a fun and attractive strategy game for the whole family? Read our Paleolithic review and find out why this Taiwanese import might be just what the prehistoric doctor ordered.
When nature calls, Soso Studio has the answer! Read our review of Mini Park and find out how you can have a lovely green space on your table in 20 minutes or less.
Check out our review of Ganz schön clever, the hottest new roll and write game, and find out if this Kennerspiel nominee deserves its place in the spotlight.
Does your gaming group like fun card games which let you talk while you play? Then Team Play might be just right for you! Check out our review of Team Play and decide for yourself.
Tintas is a gorgeously rainbow-hued two player abstract game with heirloom quality components. But how does it it play? Check out our review of Tintas to find out.
If I told you there was a beautiful 3-5 player small box train game with track laying and stock manipulation that took under an hour to play, would you believe me? Check out our Mini Rails review for proof!
Listen children...your reputation is all you truly own. Shall I tell you the tale of two shopkeepers whose rivalry knew no bounds? It begins in the Southeast Chinese village of Daxu.