Board Game App Review: Mystic Vale

8/10 A good, high-production app Available on:Steam for PC — $12.99Apple — $4.99Google Play — $5.99 This week, I’m reviewing several different board game apps. These reviews are primarily looking at the quality of the app and content. Previous reviews: Scythe Tokaido Lords of Waterdeep Aeon’s End Viticulture Through the Ages Mystic Vale is anotherContinue reading “Board Game App Review: Mystic Vale”

Board Game App Review: Through the Ages

7/10 A good but fiddly implementation Available on:Steam and GOG for PC — $15.99Apple and Google Play — $9.99 This week, I’m reviewing several different board game apps. These reviews are primarily looking at the quality of the app and content. Previous reviews: Scythe Tokaido Lords of Waterdeep Aeon’s End Viticulture Through the Ages (theContinue reading “Board Game App Review: Through the Ages”

Board Game App Review: Viticulture

4/10 A messy attempt that lacks any polish Available on:Steam for PC — $14.99Apple — $8.99Google Play — $9.99 This week, I’m reviewing several different board game apps. These reviews are primarily looking at the quality of the app and content. Previous reviews: Scythe Tokaido Lords of Waterdeep Aeon’s End I had avoided the digitalContinue reading “Board Game App Review: Viticulture”

Board Game App Review: Aeon’s End

7/10 Technically competent if lacking presentation Available on:Steam for PC — $14.99Apple/Google Play — $9.99 This week, I’m reviewing several different board game apps. These reviews are primarily looking at the quality of the app and content. Previous reviews: Scythe Tokaido Lords of Waterdeep Aeon’s End is another I’ve not played in person. It hadn’tContinue reading “Board Game App Review: Aeon’s End”

Board Game App Review: Lords of Waterdeep

9/10 Top-notch worker-placement, a steal on sale Available on:Steam for PC — $9.99Apple — $7.99Google Play — $6.99 This week, I’m reviewing several different board game apps. These reviews are primarily looking at the quality of the app and content. Previous reviews: Scythe Tokaido This is the first game in this roundup that I’ve notContinue reading “Board Game App Review: Lords of Waterdeep”

Board Game App Review: Tokaido

9/10 A personal favorite, but others can expect caveats Available on:Steam for PC – $9.99Apple and Google Play – $1.99 This week, I’m reviewing several different board game apps. These reviews are primarily looking at the quality of the app and content. The first review featured Scythe (click here). Tokaido was one of the earlierContinue reading “Board Game App Review: Tokaido”

Board Game App Review: Scythe

8/10 A solid adaptation and an easy recommendation Available on:Steam and GOG for PC – $19.99Apple and Google Play – $8.99 I’ve been playing more board game apps lately, in part because some were on sale during the recent Steam winter sale. I also have some that were bought previously. Most of these, I’ve onlyContinue reading “Board Game App Review: Scythe”

Board Game Review: Magic: The Gathering Arena

8/10 Generous for free players but a heavy barrier for new players Magic: The Gathering Arena is the latest digital implementation of Magic: The Gathering, introduced in 2018. I’m not sure it’s possible for a human to find themselves on this page and not know what Magic: The Gathering is, but in case an alienContinue reading “Board Game Review: Magic: The Gathering Arena”

Board Game Sessions and First Impressions: DinoGenics (+expansion) and Kanban EV

I’m behind on posts due to extra work the past couple of weeks. Recently, we played DinoGenics with the expansion (Controlled Chaos) and then Kanban EV. DinoGenics + Controlled Chaos I’ve previously reviewed the base game, which, in short, is fun but nothing unique. The theme really helps it stand out. So we were reallyContinue reading “Board Game Sessions and First Impressions: DinoGenics (+expansion) and Kanban EV”

Board Game Review: Merchant of Venus

7/10 A classic pick-up-and-deliver game that runs long I’ve played at 2 and 3 player. Given its length, I wouldn’t recommend 4 players. The original Merchant of Venus, a sci-fi game about exploring and trading goods between different planets and systems, came out in 1988 and gained something of a small but very dedicated fanbase.Continue reading “Board Game Review: Merchant of Venus”