We have been binging Raiders of the North Sea with expansions and found the theme and maneuvering creative without being weighty. We were over the moon after we got Raiders of Scythia on the table, on account of they took the best game mechanics of Raiders of the North Sea, added a large dose of strategy, and revamped the theme.
It is a card drafting game that is executed charmingly. There is a variety of cards that the game move swiftly with a good dose of strategy.
We did giggle all the way to win and cursed the sisters when we were so close!!
Be careful of your choices because, Here be Dragons!
Keep in mind that all the first team Superheroes are occupied, and a band of ragtag heroes has been tasked to clean the city’s minor disturbances.
The game is tile placement with a focal point of set collection. Building out the garden in a shared play area could have been cutthroat; however, our games were gentle and calming. (Great time for this game!)
It is a fantastic game to help all players (young and old) improve their mental capabilities. The theme is adorable and will bring all ages to the table.
Every card has a unique ability, and the first player with zero cards in hand wins. The rules are straightforward, yet the game has depth and strategy.
We did have to reassess our relationship with time, but there is no need to hurry. The more we played, the more our strategy, planning, and sabotage evolved.
We have played each multiple time and delved deep into their lore.Here is a peek into these games and our thoughts on way they are back on the table.