Reviews

Reviews of casual board games.

Strap on your helmet, pull on your boots, and enter the woods to fight fires. Will you and your team be heroes or will the fire grow out of control?

Azul is an abstract game from Plan B Games, designed by Michael Kiesling, that received an incredible amount of buzz at Spiel 2017. But was this success justified?

Who can say no to a delicious Boston Cream? Well you just might have to in Go Nuts for Donuts if another player wants it too.

A party game that’s all about improvisation, Humans Being is designed for both beginners and veterans in the art of impov.

Eat up all the sushi you can and score big in a card drafting game that’s sure to leave you hungry. At first glance Sushi Daft may remind you of a certain other game that involves card drafting and yummy sushi artwork, but does it manage to stand on its own?

Dixit meets cooperation in Mysterium, a gorgeous game about solving murders, speaking to the dead, and using your psychic powers.

Can you remember all twelve cards and be the last person standing in this party card game? Nug Nugs is now on Kickstarter, and we recently had a chance to preview it.

Bid, trade, and sell in Hafid’s Grand Bazaar, a game about becoming the most successful merchant in the land.

Write a story, give some clues, and get to know each other in Story Bowl — a party game that makes a great story in and of itself.

Players call out numbers and roll a die to see which column they will be adding the number to, but watch out because numbers must be listed in ascending order!

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