The good, the bad, and the beautiful. There is much to keep track of while racing to the Trails end. Your Year Goal, the advantages of the Gear cards, and the special effects of the Canteen both good and bad. The added layers maintain the engagement, and the bad is when you realize that after your turn has passed, you neglected to use an ability—curses under her breath. The beautiful surroundings on every component of this resolutely thought out game.
Tag: Board Games
CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE in CHARTERSTONE
The perils of choosing your own adventure are permanently writing on the game boards, throwing away cards, and never opening a spattering of other boxes! We thought this might not be the game we are looking for; however, after the initial marking or ripping, we found ourselves gleeful, permanently altering our story in Charterstone.
Gad Zeus! The Gods Must be Crazy About Pandora’s Box Card Game
At the heart of Greek Mythology is thrilling tales of action, drama, Jealousy, and weakness.
Acquire Art and Save the World- Curators Collection Conundrum Game
The game will be on Kickstarter April 21st,2020, and we received a prototype for an honest review. The creators, Pablo & Tove Jomer, are owners of a Swedish indie publisher called Worldshapers, and their goal with Worldshapers is to create engaging, inclusive games made with as much sustainable sourced components as possible. Hopefully a trend for the gaming future. What’s not to like about that.
What to do when Roaming the Gulf Coast? Play Roam of Course
We are quite fond of the whimsical artwork in Above and Below / Near and Far from Red Raven Games. They are engine-building
The Nerdz Garage Best Board Games of 2019 – From Time Travel to the Stock Market- The Year has Offered Stellar Variety
While we live in a world of short attention spans, the board game resurgence has sparked our appetite to get back at the tables often and for hours. The scheduled game night has risen to a priority and not just a time filler. We collect games, and we track our victories as well as our losses. The spirit of competition is alive and well at The Garage. Our top ten games played this year, some that are new and some that are new to us.
In Old Chicago with a Sizable Rulebook
The artwork is eye-catching and intriguing; the theme is sophisticated, so what else could we do but play City of the Big Shoulders by Parallel games.
Stocking Stuffer Winners at The Nerdz Garage
Stocking Stuffers that will make to the table before the frosting is on the cinnamon rolls.
Engine Builder with a Big Dash of Adventures in Above and Below
It is an engine-building game, and like most, it starts out slow, and the shifts to high by the end of the game.
What do you do with a Christmas bonus? We head straight to Kickstarter
The Nerdz Garage have picked five interesting Kickstarters that they want to back. Some have successfully reached their goal, and some are working their way