It’s certainly impossible to declare that this is a comprehensive list of the best games of “all time” because I certainly haven’t played everything. In fact, I could probably complete a list with games that I expect to make it into my top 10 that I haven’t even played yet. But for now, we’ll call this list “a collection of my favorites as of 2021”.
Lead an exploration to the uncharted island of Arnak and discover the secrets of a vanished civilization.
Robinson Crusoe: Adventure on the Cursed Island is an adventure game for you and your friends to play as castaways on an uninhabited island. Your task is to build a shelter, ward off potential dangers, and complete the missions. There are seven different scenarios included in the box – they will provide you with new, more difficult, and curious ways to play!
While we certainly haven’t played ALL of the games released in 2020, we’ve definitely spent a good amount of time with a few of them and were inspired to share a few of our favorites. Here’s a list of five games (in no particular order) and loads of pictures that you ought to know about in 2020.
Everdell is a game of dynamic tableau building and worker placement that is fun for hobby and casual gamers alike!
Looking for stocking stuffers that will not only fit into your game collection but also not break your holiday gift-giving budget? We’ve put together a list of 8 of our smallest sized games that support two or more players.
Raiders of the North Sea is set in the central years of the Viking Age. As Viking warriors, players seek to impress the Chieftain by raiding unsuspecting settlements. Players will need to assemble a crew, collect provisions and journey north to plunder gold, iron and livestock. There is glory to be found in battle, even at the hands of the Valkyrie. So gather your warriors, it’s raiding season!
Corey and Nikki share our favorites from this year’s BGG@Home.
Azul invites you, a tile laying artist, to embellish the walls of the Royal Palace of Evora.
These five games are our picks for the best cheap pick ups (ranging from $10-$19.99) for a larger group (about five players). They represent a diversity of different styles of play, themes, and player involvement levels but all have been selected because they easy to teach, quick to start, and fun as heck to play. If you ask me, those are all qualities of a game that will go over well with a mixed group of family that includes weekly D&D players and our parents who “used to play a lot of Monopoly”.