Game of Trains Review

GAME OF TRAINS (Brain Games) As a fan of the very simple yet very fun classic family game, Racko, Game of Trains immediately appealed to me. If you haven’t played Racko, let me explain it in two sentences.  In Racko you’re dealt 10 cards from a shuffled deck of cards numbered from 1 to 60. Lining those cards up in the order in which they were dealt … Continue reading Game of Trains Review

Dragoon: The Rogue and Barbarian Expansion Review

DRAGOON: THE ROGUE AND BARBARIAN EXPANSION (Lay Waste Games) This is a review of the upcoming Dragoon expansion The Rogue and Barbarian. Read our original review of Dragoon here. For The Rogue and Barbarian expansion you can now extend your fun on Dragoon Island to up to 6 players with the addition of, you guessed it, a rogue and a … Continue reading Dragoon: The Rogue and Barbarian Expansion Review

DayCon Review: A Day at my Friendly Local Convention

DayCon, February 18 at Rona Banquet Hall by Josher Lumpkin “H.G. Wells wrote the first miniatures gaming rules, called Little Wars.” Randy Miller says enthusiastically, even manically. The event Randy had been working on for the better part of a year, DayCon Game Day 2017, was about to finally go down, and he had reached the point in convention preparation where he was ready … Continue reading DayCon Review: A Day at my Friendly Local Convention

Blood Bowl Review

BLOOD BOWL (Games Workshop) Are you adequately prepared for some fantasy football?! Let’s hope so, because Games Workshop has released the long awaited update to one of its most popular specialty games, Blood Bowl. In this game, players field their own football teams comprised of races from the Warhammer Fantasy setting. Aelves (elves), dwarves, orcs, and Skaven (rat-men) each have their own … Continue reading Blood Bowl Review

Dragoon Review

DRAGOON (Lay Waste Games) For centuries you and your fellow dragons have rested peacefully on your remote island. Now, hordes of humans have started invading, building their villages and cities. It’s awoken something long slumbering in you. A desire for gold. A desire for power. If these insignificant men won’t give it willingly, then you will take it anyway and leave them … Continue reading Dragoon Review

Eschaton Review

ESCHATON (Archon Games) There is no hope left for this world. Fanatics and acolytes run the street. Civilized religion has collapsed into cults of primal fear and aggression. Monsters and gods awaken to loose havoc. There is no hope left other than to embrace Armageddon’s arrival. The end is upon us, brothers and sisters. Join me! A deck-building meets dudes-on-a-map … Continue reading Eschaton Review

The Networks Review

THE NETWORKS (Formal Ferret) From just filling the timeslots on cable access to landing ad spots for the country’s latest hit crime show, The Networks puts you at the head of programming. Will you bring in viewers by signing the biggest stars to host your sports shows or by developing large budget dramas or by unifying programming around a single … Continue reading The Networks Review

Age of Conan Review

AGE OF CONAN (Ares Games) Robert E. Howard’s Conan the Barbarian inhabits a world completely void of the mundane. The rippling muscled champion set off on scores of adventures filled with treacherous villains, mesmerizing beauties, the fury of the wild, high-stakes politicking, countless treasure and much more. Tattered paperbacks transport readers to the heart of this swarm of sword and … Continue reading Age of Conan Review