The Networks, a simple engine building game about taking a budding, terrible TV network and transforming it into something that will bring all the viewers to the yard, has been universally hailed amongst everyone I’ve shown it to as “pret
I’ve been on something of a small game bender recently, so it was an absolute thrill to come back from PAX East with three titles from the Tokyo series: Tokyo Jidohanbaiki, Tokyo Jutaku, and Tokyo Metro.
The forest below you is still and peaceful, just like so many other days. You sip your coffee from the comfy seat in your ranger’s tower as you peer out over unending, beautiful greenery.
Tell me if you’ve heard this one before: Gretel, Dorothy, and Snow White walk up to a wicked house made up of gingerbread. Unslinging her bow, Snow White fired an arrow at the Corpse dragon as Gretel charged forward, sharp blades of candy ready.
What do you get when you mix a publisher known for releasing deep but easily accessible wallet games, each a mere 18 cards, with the designer of the recent hit, Wingspan (and artwork by the awesome Beth Sobel)?