First Impressions: Mosaic

Mosaic is a civilization game by Glenn Drover and Forbidden Games currently on Kickstarter. My friend and I are very much into the theme of civ games, and this one is centered on the Mediterranean, giving it a more unique feel than most other civ games. And it has a sort of card drafting/engine buildingContinue reading “First Impressions: Mosaic”

Board Game First Impressions: AuZstralia

I was interested when this was first released, but the more I play Wallace games, the more interested I am in trying his other titles. The Cthulhu theme has been hit or miss for me. But the way AuZtralia handles it feels very different. The Game Martin Wallace certainly seems to have some hallmarks. TheContinue reading “Board Game First Impressions: AuZstralia”

Board Game First Impressions: Nusfjord and Glen More II

I’ve thankfully been able to get more time in to play some games. One I recently bought, Nusfjord, and Glen More II I’ve played online. Nusfjord is one I’ve been eyeing since it came out, but it’s not a cheap game at $70 MSRP. I’ve rarely had the money for it and other things wonContinue reading “Board Game First Impressions: Nusfjord and Glen More II”

Board Game First Impressions: Darwin’s Journey and Carnegie

These two games were recently on Kickstarter, and though I normally ignore KS, both were available to play. Darwin’s Journey was made available on Tabletopia, and Carnegie on Board Game Arena. My friend and I decided to try them out (he was thinking about getting one). I won’t be going into detail on how theseContinue reading “Board Game First Impressions: Darwin’s Journey and Carnegie”

Board Game Review: DinoGenics

7/10 Good, though the theme does most of the work I’ve played at 1, 2, and 3-player. DinoGenics, designed by Richard Keene and published by his own company, Ninth Haven Games, was a successful Kickstarter in 2017 and released in 2019. It’s a worker-placement game with set-collection and economic elements. You are the head ofContinue reading “Board Game Review: DinoGenics”