Is it possible to design a co-op city planning game in just 18 cards? Read our Sprawlopolis review to find out if Button Shy can pull it off!
Tag - Kickstarter
Board games are currently the most lucrative segment on Kickstarter, accounting for 41,000 projects and over $914 M in revenue. Both individuals and companies use the crowd-funding platform in their quest for fortune and glory. Meeple Mountain regularly covers Kickstarter game to help you decide if you should back them. Our reviews are also useful for gamers who missed out the first time around and are looking to pick up a copy after these games hit the market.
If you’re a designer or publisher looking to run a campaign for your game, check out our article on What Makes a Great Kickstarter Campaign to help your game stand out from the crowd.
One of my favorite set of books growing up was the Myth-Adventures series by Robert Asprin. They detailed the trials and tribulations of The Great Skeeve and his ensemble cast of friends like Aahz the demon (conniving but loyal)...
Dungeon delving can be dangerous business. What began as an adventure has turned into a fight for survival. Find out more about this solitaire game of survival and vengeance in our review of Unbroken!
If you’re an avid reader like me, the notion of a library burning to the ground is a dagger in the heart. Fire in the Library from Weird Giraffe Games places you in the role of heroic librarians protecting priceless books from...
Sherlock is old news, there is a new detective at the helm. With you and your team of investigators hot on the case, London has never been safer...right?
Read our review of Dream Catchers, a fun and whimsical cooperative game about collecting sweet dreams, chasing away bad dreams, and defeating the monsters under the bed.
Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum! We all know the story. But what if before the giant chased Jack down the beanstalk, he told his friends of the Giant’s riches? Read our review of Jack's Friends, a one vs. many card game which tells this story.
Atoms. They’re the stuff that “stuff” is made of; the building blocks of everything. And now, with Genius Games’s Subatomic game, you can create your own! Read our review to find out more!
Steal, trick, bluff, and defend in this fast paced card game. Check out our Arkon review for details.
Tokyo Metro is a game inspired by the lucrative and intertwining train lines of Tokyo. Check out our review of Tokyo Metro and see if this unique economic simulation is for you.
Mighty warriors clash for resources in this prehistoric skirmish style card game. Will you come out victorious over the other tribes? Find out in our review of Dragon Canyon.
Dino Dude Ranch is a wonderful little game for all ages. What does the brand new expansion add to the mix? Baby dinos! Check out our review of Dino Dude Ranch Hatchlings and find out more!
Real-world STEM heroes face off to be the first to make a discovery. Will your STEM team beat their foes? Find out more in our review of STEM: Epic Heroes.