Dark Souls the board Game is one of those kick-starters that went sideways. It’s been about 3 years and delivery is still happening. The base game is at retail, but the reviews are so bad you won’t be wrong in thinking that you should avoid it.
My initial thoughts was that the game had potential and really needed the stretch goals, so I thought I’d wait before writing up the review. Well, I don’t have the SG yet but I’m having fun and I’m still playing….
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5 second rule is a fast, funny, family board game based on a series of videos from Ellen Degeneres. It’s a party game very similar to 30 seconds. In 30 seconds you have to answer 5 questions in 30 seconds, in 5 second rule you have to give 3 answers to a single question in 5 seconds. Easy, right?
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Hera grew tired of Zeus’s infidelity and decided to do something about it. She freed the Titans from Tartarus. This started a second war between the God and the Titans, one which changed the face of the world. Olympus is in ruins, monsters and men of myth roam the Earth and the Gods are dying….
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Through the Ages: A New story of Civilization is the newest version of a civilisation building game from Vlaada Chvátil. This is a game in which you get to control a people from the time of antiquities, help them discover science, industry, culture and war as you guide them into the future.
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Coffee Roaster has been on my want list ever since I first heard about it in the 1Player Guild on BGG. It’s been very hard to find as it’s a self-published title from Japan. Which means getting a copy into South Africa is rather difficult.
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