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Strategy Board Game “Dune: Imperium”

Strategy Board Game “Dune: Imperium”

The board game “Dune: Imperium” is designed to complement Denis Villeneuve’s new movie. You won’t see images from the movie on the cards or in the illustrations, but you’ll quickly recognize the actors’ faces and the general style of the novel in the artwork. Usually, the computer games, books, and comics that accompany the release of high-profile blockbusters and television series are of low quality. Still, the same cannot be said about board games. Board games based on “Star Wars,” “Lord of the Rings,” and “Battlestar Galactica” hold a place of honor on the list of top 100… View more

The Ballroom Queens of Rococo

The Ballroom Queens of Rococo

18th century France, the period of King Louis XV’s reign, was when the Rococo style, with its inherent lightness, playfulness and beauty, reached its climax. The balls were the pivotal events where Rococo flourished. Each event was organized for noble ladies and gentlemen, with the aim of earning prestige in mind. In Rococo, the main… View more

Dice and Dynasties of Era: Medieval Age

Dice and Dynasties of Era: Medieval Age

The abundance of plastic buildings and a bunch of cubes – is it all today’s gaming community leans toward? What about the actual gameplay, meticulously crafted and reasonably complex? Do we have yet another game that invests heavily in the appearance, forsaking substance? Such were the questions that riddled us when a new Matt Leacock title appeared on the shelves. Now that we have laid our hands on the hefty box, it’s time… View more

The March of Progress: Newton

The March of Progress: Newton

Newton, a board game based on the breakthrough scientific discoveries of the 17th century, was released in 2018 and has enjoyed steady interest from the geek community ever since. But, what exactly does the game owe its success to – the exciting setting or immaculate execution? It’s time we found out for ourselves. Gameplay Overview… View more

Forgotten Waters: Pirate-Themed Board Game

Forgotten Waters: Pirate-Themed Board Game

What board games are usually played in a group of six or seven people? Most adventure or strategy board games are designed for a maximum of four or five people. If there are more players, they fall into the category of the so-called party games: quick and uncomplicated Mafia or Alias. However, if you’re bored… View more

Horrors on the Doorstep: InBetween

Horrors on the Doorstep: InBetween

You can hardly impress anyone with a Lovecraftesque board game these days – at least one big title appears annually. As a result, the geek community has grown wary of bold claims along the lines of “the only game to give you a genuine taste of Cthulhu mythos.” But what if it comes from Adam… View more

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