It’s Christmas Eve and the first night of Hanukkah, so there’s a good chance you’re hanging out with friends and family. Hopefully that includes playing games of some sort. But how do you know which game might be the best? Good thing there’s reviews out there. And that’s just what we’re here with now.
Today we have: Power Grid, The Bermuda Crisis Discovery Dawning, Grand Prix, Colt Express App, Red7 App, Legendary Inventors, Congo, Master of Orion, Final touch, Great Western Trail, Captain Carcass, and The Networks.
Hey there, everyone. I hope you’re all having a great Saturday. I just got back from the grocery store (I’m typing this up a decent amount earlier than it is set to go live) so I can get ready to have some company over for a low-key Halloween party. I’m making cookies, chocolate-coated peanut butter balls, and gumbo. Should be a good time. I’m sure a lot of you have somewhat similar plans.
As for the moment, though, before I dive into a bit of last-minute cleaning and then work on cooking, let’s get you those gaming reviews I know you all so desperately desire.
This week we have: Bankers and Robbers, Dungeon Saga, Harry Potter Deck-Building Game, Conquest Games’ Medieval Archers, Mysterium, Aeon’s End, Love Letter: Premium Edition, Mortem Et Gloriam, The Networks, Eclipse: Shadow of the Rift, Tumult Royale, Necronomicards, Cthulhu Crusades, and Loony Quest.
And we are once more awash in the glow that is Saturday.
Isn’t it just lovely?
To all my friends downtown at Dragon Con, “Hey there!” Me? I won’t be getting closer any than my Kroger to downtown this weekend. But that’s ok, because I’m making pumpkin cookies (with cream cheese centers).
Anyway, being Saturday, we’ve got our Review Roundup ready to go.
This week we have reviews/previews of: Systema Gaming Base-0 Bundle, DragonFlame, The Undercity, Abracada-What?, Abyss, Incredible Expeditions: Quest for Atlantis, The Networks, Eminent Domain: Microcosm, and Shogun.
Alton Brown once said that soon, everyone was going to have their own TV network and their own spice rub. Well, Formal Ferret Games is giving you a chance to practice at one of those. No, this isn’t a card game where you get to work at making your own spice blend. The Networks puts you in charge of your own TV channel. It’s sort of like UHF, the game, but without aliens or Weird Al.