Reviews written by adamr
It's the card game, of the board game, which was a card game. Terraforming Mars - distilled.
Beautiful butterfly, or hairy caterpillar?
Mandala Stones is a clever, fun, and really unique game.
Choose Your Own Adventure books meet Sherlock Holmes and a unique, cartoon style. Do you see, or do you observe? It’s clever, funny, charming, and beautiful.
Cooper Island is a fantastic, heavy, Euro game. It’s the epitome of a modern Euro game in many ways. It’s tricky, your turns are brain-melting puzzles, and there’s almost no player interaction.
Black Sonata puts you in London in the early 1600s, using logic and deduction to track down Shakespeare’s elusive temptress and to determine her true identity.
I love the feeling of satisfaction when you gamble on where you think the next move is, and you're right. I just don't know how he ever came up with the idea of the way the cards all work together, it's serious magic.
The third instalment in the Chronicles of Crime series sends us back to turn of the 20th century Paris. App-driven mystery solving ensues, can you solve the cases put before you?
Hadrian's Wall from Garphill Games, proving a flip-and-write game can be a game night game, not just filler.