Root’s deep asymmetry is one of its defining characteristics, making it a game that begs to be played over and over again. It is a game that takes concepts of real life conflicts and transposes them across a forest filled with charming creatures. The direct interaction in this game means that it’s up to the… Read More Review: Root
Recently, I managed to get a group of friends together to play A Game of Thrones. I had played it once before, and had wanted to give it another try for a long time – hopefully this time with the full player count of 6. Here’s how it went.
I’m now 5 months into my expedition to play and review every game in the BGG Top 100, and am over 20% of the way there. It has been a challenge to write a new 1,000 word review each week, but it has also been a really enjoyable creative outlet. My experiences learning and reviewing… Read More Review: War of the Ring (2nd Ed.)
or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Wargame… Read More Review: Twilight Struggle