Quarriors v. Tanto Cuore: Board Game Rumble

In this corner, from WizKids Games; In the cube shaped tin box, weighing in at 1.8 pounds; A newcomer in the deck building circuit that is already turning heads and breaking hearts; The Quickest Questers in the Questern Quadrant:  Quarriors! And now, ladies and gentlemen, making its way into the ring; All the way from … Continue reading

Snap

For a game featuring rigid puzzle pieces, Snap by Gamewright is incredibly flexible. At its core, Snap is similar to Carcassone; just replace roads and churches with dragons and tigers. Instead of square tiles with flat edges, Snap uses jigsaw pieces that allow matching ends to lock while making wrong plays impossible. These pieces allow … Continue reading

Games on TV: Game of Thrones

It’s no secret that the GFG crew are big fans of the Game of Thrones books and games, so I felt it was appropriate to share some of my thoughts on last night’s premiere of the HBO series. I subscribed to HBO exclusively for this show, so I hosted an AGOT viewing party. We had a good … Continue reading

Trapped in the Closet: Kobolds Ate My Baby

I’ve acquired so many games over the past few years that I’ve never even played several of them. Last week, I put up a poll to have our readers choose which of these lost games would be played next. Scotland Yard was the least favored game, but it did earn a few votes. The real … Continue reading

7 Wonders

I’ve craved a great civilization themed game for a while, but I think that building a real civilization from scratch would take less time than most games in the genre take to play. I bought Through the Ages a few years ago, and I played it once. It took hours just to get through the … Continue reading