Latest Board Game Reviews
The latest indepth reviews
Welcome to the Dungeon: Review
Welcome to the Dungeon, we've got fun and games.
Cash n' Guns: Review
It’s the perfect family game, a brilliant party game and an incredible drinking game.
Dixit meets Cluedo as players enter Mysterium Manor
Game of Thrones - The Iron Throne: Review
In Game of Thrones: The Iron Throne three to five players battle it out to achieve the greatest amount of influence across the other houses in Westeros.
Game Off : Review
A game for everyone and every skill set. And even if your skill set is lacking there is always blind luck to fall back on.
Majesty for the Realm: Review
Hire (and occasionally murder) citizens of your own little kingdom in the new card drafting game from the designer of Splendor.
Kitchen Rush: Review
Create the worlds most dysfunctional restaurant in this real time cooking themed board game.
Dance of the Fireflies: Review
Become a royal gardener, and, as is the custom in such circles, use fireflies to buy flowers to make a lovely flowerbed.
Untold Adventures Awaits: Review
From the makers of Rory's Story Cubes, Untold: Adventure Awaits offers players limitless adventures in a storytelling game that encourages creativity and improvisation.
Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Card Game: Review
Take part in epic video game themed battles whilst attempting to overcome teen awkwardness in this deckbuilder based on the cult graphic novels.
Is political card game Statecraft going to win over the voters?
Onitama is a two player abstract game set in ancient Japan, where the moves are set out.
Indian Summer: Review
The newest puzzle game from Uwe Rosenburg.
Fallout Board Game Review
Many video game board games either end up feeling bloated or completely divorced from their original material. Can Fallout take a game all about being a 'Lone Wanderer' and turn it into a fun social experience?
Doctor Who: Time of the Daleks - Review
Doctor Who: Time of the Daleks review, just for dedicated Whovians?
Codenames is a secretive clue giving game whereby the red and blue teams work in competition to successfully make contact with all of their secret agents.
Camel Up: Review
A frantic race to the finish line where players will take risks and bet on the camel they think will be victorious
A Game of Thrones The Board Game: Review
We look at the Second Edition of this epic board game which see's the various houses of Westeros fighting for control of the Iron Throne
Campy Creatures: Review
Ever wanted to be a mad scientist, asking your good friend The Blob to go out and pick up an exactly even amount of engineers so you can put your diabolical plans into motion? We may have the game for you.
Forbidden Desert: Review
A co-operative experience setting you on an expedition to recover ancient technology, but hurry the sandstorm approaches!
Superhot The Card Game: Review
Super. Hot. Super. Hot. Super. Hot?
Colt Express: Review
Hold on to yer’ hats and climb aboard the Colt Express for a rootin’ tootin’ robbery ride and the chance to bag some serious loot.
Truth Bombs: Review
A party game that tasks you with learning some embarrassing truths about your closest friends and family. But does it Bomb or is the truth it's a fantastic game?
Ex Libris : Review
A game about librarians with a touch of magic thrown in.
Star Trek: 5-Year Mission: Review
Does Star Trek: 5 Year Mission manage to boldly go where no one has gone before? Or does it need to be put back into the replicator to dematerialise into the abyss of particles?
7 Wonders iPad: Review
It took twenty years to build the great pyramid at Giza, ten years to rebuild the Temple of Artemis, and seven years for the 7 Wonders app to come out. But is it any good?
Dead of Winter: Review
Try to survive against undead hordes of zombies with all the resources you can scrape together - this co-op experience aims high, but does it hit those lofty targets?
First Dates The Board Game: Review
A party game based on the popular Channel 4 dating show, First Dates where players will have to guess whether couples agree or disagree as to who best matches each question.
King of Tokyo: Review
In King of Tokyo, players can choose from a variety of playable monsters and creatures who will be competing against each other to rampage through the streets of Tokyo - creating carnage and chaos.
Raxxon see's players attempt to overcome a zombie outbreak by coordinating evacuations, quarantining deadly zombies and rescuing civilians from the flesh eating foes.
7 Wonders: Review
7 Wonders has players pitted against each other to build the most impressive ancient civilisation - military, economics and science are all viable routes to victory.
In Skull all players have to take calculated risks while deducing what other players are thinking. It's a game of bluffing, gambling and regret.
This War of Mine: Review
We explore and try to cling onto survival in a wartorn city as teachers, lawyers and military deserters in this board game conversion of the 2014 indie hit.
Escape From The Aliens In Outer Space: Review
A team of humans tries to escape a deadly alien plague that has overrun their spaceship. But will they be able to tell friend from foe?
Hollow Woods Review
A review of Hollow Woods, an immersive spooky story telling game. Reviewed with the perspective of playing with children.
You'll be fighting, running, exploring and negotating as a chieftan of a celtic clan in this area control and card drafting strategy game from Matagot and Christian Martinez.
Cosmic Encounter: Review
Cosmic Encounter is a game of galactic conquest, alliance and betrayals which features over 50 playable alien races - each of which has unique abilities and powers that ensure every game is radically different.
Fury of Dracula Review
In this 4 v 1 game, players will either be hunting Dracula across Victorian Europe, or playing as Dracula, fighting, laying ambushes and trying his best to avoid a faceful of garlic.
Betrayal at House on the Hill Review
Betrayal see’s players explore a sinister mansion and discover its dark secrets. Prepare to be spooked as you discover who is the Betrayer at the House on the Hill!
Group Review: Unfair
We love Unfair. Seriously, we're playing this game a lot recently, and you should be too! But is it it, Unfair? No, no it's not - it's amazing. Building our very own theme parks? Fantastic!
A brutal push your luck party game which see's a gang of greedy dwarves mine for crystals and betray their friends to become the Top Dwarf!