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Reviews of casual board games.

Build statues in your honor, claim royal titles, race for goods, but don’t get too greedy or your subjects will have something to say about it!

Grow your tree, earn the favor of the tree spirits, and be remembered for generations for your green thumb!

Evil is approaching, and only your band of adventurers can prevent its advance. Set a Watch is a game of defeating enemies and preventing the return of the unHallowed.

Learn geography while playing a game that transcends language and age barriers in TrikyTrail — a card game that puts forging bonds with globetrotters at the same level as winning the game!

A two person version of Codenames, Czech Games Edition's Duet has new rules and a progression system that forces players to alternate their strategies between games.

Rawrr! Grrrr! Kaboom! Things turn vicious when dinosaurs battle it out. In this real-time dice game, players race to roll three matching results in order to deal blows and heal up.

In the mood for a picnic or TV dinner? Be careful! Don’t forget you can’t eat grains! But maybe cheating on your diet might just be worth it in the end.

The bandido is trying to escape! Close off all the tunnels to make sure he can’t get out! In this cooperative maze-building card game, players must work together to stop the bandido before the deck runs out.

Win the guilds to your side, secure the favor of the King, and maneuver and manipulate your way to victory. Strategic and logical, Blackstone Castle is a game of grid manipulation in which all the information is open and available to players.

Survivors are counting on you. Can you protect your settlement, drive back raiders, and create a home in a post-apocalyptic landscape?

Remnants will have players vying for control of limited resources in a game that blends real time dice rolling with resource management.

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