Now this has definitely got me interested. New from Days of Wonder, a family game that includes a true, three-dimensional palace that players compete to build. A game by Bruno Cathala and Ludovic Maublanc. See the preview page here.
I very much enjoy Bruno Faidutti’s game descriptions and appraisals. They’re normally not too far from my own. Sometimes, he doesn’t need to say very much to get the message across. I’m glad I got Diabolo a few days ago and am looking forward to playing it a lot.
I’ve just received the new Wolfgang Kramer & Michael Kiesling game, Celtica, in my latest Adam Spielt order. We’re itching to try it (hopefully Friday) and so I’ve done a quick translation and posted it to BGG, if anyone’s interested. The Celtica page is here. Looks fairly light but there are a few interesting tactical decisions necessary and I think… Read more »
I’ve just added a session report for the new game from local designer, Debbie Keigan, to my Trickylight website. You can read the report here.
Just added the latest session report to my Trickylight site: “Our first session of 2006 and I decided to try Antike, which has been described as a two hour Civilization game. It was designed by Mac Gerdts and published by eggertspiele. It scales from 2 to 6 players, which is good because we are often struggling to find good 6… Read more »
I don’t normally go in for choosing a top 10 of the year but, after browsing a few of these over recent days, I was intrigued to see if my choices were close to what others thought. The following are the list of games I have gained the most enjoyment from in 2005. They are not meant to reflect the… Read more »