Arbela Battle of Gaugamela 331BC is a wargame by Richard Berg where cards represent the units and there is no map. Read the Arbela review.
Arbela Gaugamela 331 BC Review by David Lent In 2005 Your Move Games came out with an interesting fantasy game called Battleground where the units were actual cards that you moved around the battlefield instead of counters or miniatures. I reviewed it for a magazine, but they obviously didn’t like my review since they never printed it. I knew it would only be a matter of time before somebody tried...[Read More]
I’ve been playing wargames since I was a kid. Historical wargames have always been a favorite of mine, but I’ve really enjoyed sci-fi wargames since the designer isn’t obligated to take into account historical accuracy. Instead, the designer can concentrate on having fun gameplay and interesting scenarios. The games in this list were really difficult to come up with, since I’ve enjoyed so many sci...[Read More]
Game of HAM is a party card and board game that will have players squealing with laughter or turning away in shame. The adult version is meant for people who like their humor the way Scrooge likes his coffee, dark and bitter. Read the Game of HAM review.
Game of Ham Review by David Lent The Game of Ham (hating all mankind) is an adult party game that plays similar to Cards Against Humanity, except you move pieces around a board when your answer is picked. It can be played with 3-15 players and typically takes about a ½ hour per game. The cards are humorous and sometimes adult related, so this game is not something you’re going to play with your ki...[Read More]
Watch out overview and first thoughts of We B4 Goblins! for Pathfinder from Paizo. Buy Pathfinder RPG stuff with this paid link: https://amzn.to/2yTzRxQ
Verdun the Game of Attrition Review by David Lent Verdun is the game that started the wargame hobby in my family. My Dad bought it a year before I was born and it got him into adventure gaming. I remember seeing the game on the shelf when I was a kid, but was too young to play it. Eventually, my Dad sold it to his friend Ted to make room for new games. Somehow, over the years my friend Len got a h...[Read More]