Reviews written by oliverkinne
The more you play Oath, the more of its depth and detail it reveals to you.
Moon Adventure is a lot of fun and a good balance between being easy to learn while also keeping you thinking, without being too demanding.
Luzon Rails feels like a great way to venture into the genre of "cube rail" games - and maybe it will take you, and me, into the realms of 18xx one day.
It's sad and I feel really bad, but as it stands, I can't recommend Dokojong.
If you love Wingspan and have played it a lot, then this expansion will shake things up and make you tweak your favourite strategy to accommodate the new food type and player mats. Where the European Expansion introduced some smaller tweaks, Oceania changes the game quite a bit - and for the better.
If you have a group of people and everyone realizes that they can win by leading everyone else onto the wrong track, then In a Grove really shines.
If you want a lovely set collection game, with wonderful illustrations and a lot of replayability, then Pilfering Pandas is definitely for you.
The spell of Canvas is quickly broken and all you worry about is trying to get the right overlays to get the right combination of symbols to score the most points.
If you like a good engine builder, but enjoy a slightly slower pace than some other games, and want to enjoy a cup of tea, or two, while playing it, then Chai: Tea for 2 is for you.
If you want a fun game that's really easy to teach and has a huge amount of schadenfreude, then Survive is definitely for you.