Board Games

Spaceteam: Fast-Thinking, Tongue-Twisting Cooperative Card Game

Spaceteam is a fast-paced multiplayer video and card game where crew members on a spaceship who must work together to complete various tasks in order to keep the ship running. As a creator of many mediums of content, I’ve often had the opportunity to team build with creative groups. Whether at conventions, meet-ups, or work events, […]

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Gaslands: Refuelled – Post Apocalyptic Tabletop Car Battles

“Shoot, ram, skid, and loot your way through the ruins of civilization with Gaslands: Refuelled, the tabletop miniature wargame of post-apocalyptic vehicular mayhem.” Gaslands: Refuelled from Osprey Games is a vehicular tabletop strategy game where players battle one another in a post-apocalyptic setting. The game was created by Mike Hutchinson, who is also the author of

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Chronicles Of Crime

The base game of Chronicles of Crime by Lucky Duck Games is a detective simulation that launched last year to rave reviews for its integration of board game mechanics and app-based storytelling. The game uses QR codes to serve up dialogue, information, and most importantly crime scenes to investigate. As fans of board games, user interface design, and modern

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Hacker: A Programming Puzzle

Hacker is a programming puzzle game created by Mark Engelberg, a designer who made Code Master which was also published with Thinkfun, a company who specializes in puzzle based games that can be enjoyed solo or with a group.  Hacker comes with 40 challenges, each with 3 puzzles for you to solve. For every challenge, you need

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Jaipur by Sébastien Pauchon 

If there is one gateway game that pulled our family into modern card and board games it’s Jaipur. Created by Sébastien Pauchon, it’s quick, engaging, fun, and easy enough to learn that my son was beating us at age six. We have bought this game for many friends and also enjoy the delightful iPad version.

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Robot Repair Teaches Boolean Logic

Robot Repair is a puzzle game created by Mark Engelberg and published by Thinkfun as part of their //Code series of games. The //Code games can be played solo or multiplayer and aim to teach programming concepts and boolean logic to children (or adults) aged 8 or older. We previously played, enjoyed, and reviewed Hacker by ThinkFun so when we

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