This Interactive Whodunit dares the audience to become sleuths-in-the-making because a killer is hiding amongst the guest, search for clues, predict the murders, and in the end, the audience will have a chance to win great fortunes (slick prizes.)
We did giggle all the way to win and cursed the sisters when we were so close!!
They found a Donut Shoppe/Game café in Ireland during their honeymoon and bought us the game Scythe. This was our first Stonemaier Game and the first weightier game we had played.
Mathemagian’s Duel yields low anxiety, quality educational board gaming, perfect Mathing with witty characters, and light brass tacks. This is a math-centered card game that nurtures quick addition and subtraction skills. The game offers enough strategy to keep you excited and engaged, but not so much that each move becomes a tedious decision process.
I have said it before that opening a Stonemaier game is a gift that never disappoints. The choice of linen paper, the adorable building and outpost miniatures, unique dice, and charming landmarks. The art on the Tapestry cards are delightful, and all of these fit in a custom insert. (Love custom inserts) The Landmarks (for me) are reminiscent of anime; they look close to what they represent, Character-Esque, Art.
Who wouldn’t want to play with a tiny Enterprise Starship or Klingon Battle Cruiser?