Terrors of London, Spine Chilling Deck-Building [Kickstarter Corner]

Terrors of London is a 2-player deck-builder with a difference. Playing the role of an Overlord, with your own special ability and two unique influence cards in your hand, you'll add Beasts, Mortals, Spirits and Undead factions to your deck. During the game, you'll be forming different hordes to create powerful card combinations and help … Continue reading Terrors of London, Spine Chilling Deck-Building [Kickstarter Corner]

‘Mental health and Kickstarters’ Guest Blog by Owen Duffy

A couple of weeks ago I launched a project on Kickstarter. I’m working with a team of fellow authors and journalists to publish a hardback book exploring the year’s best new tabletop games - a combination of original criticism, designer interviews and studio photography. It’s something I’ve been planning and working towards for months, and … Continue reading ‘Mental health and Kickstarters’ Guest Blog by Owen Duffy

Trick of the Rails

Trick of the Rails, themed on the rise of the American railway period, combines 18XX-like portfolio management and a trick-taking card game. Players collect stock certificates and make the companies more valuable by laying a rail network. The game alternates between stock rounds and operating rounds. In stock rounds, the cards played become shares for … Continue reading Trick of the Rails

My Favourite Boardgames [Terraforming Mars] A Quick Review

In the 2400s, mankind begins to terraform the planet Mars. Giant corporations, sponsored by the World Government on Earth, initiate huge projects to raise the temperature, the oxygen level, and the ocean coverage until the environment is habitable. In Terraforming Mars, you play one of those corporations and work together in the terraforming process, but … Continue reading My Favourite Boardgames [Terraforming Mars] A Quick Review