Game Complexity: Medium

Medium-weight games

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Expeditions Review

Expeditions dons the garb of its predecessor and while it keeps the concept of point-to-point movement, this game throws deck-building into the mix

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Chroma Arcana Preview

“Why should I choose your game?”

To answer that question you need to give me some clear, concise reasons that make your game stand out from the crowd. So, why should I buy Chroma Arcana?

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Fled Preview

What initially looks like a light tile-laying game soon reveals itself to be a shrewd, interactive puzzle that a lot of people are really going to enjoy.

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The Fox Experiment Review

Each turn, you’ll each choose two foxes – a mummy and a daddy – to have a special cuddle which will result in a baby fox. Ask your parents.

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Hamburgum Review

That’s right people, I’ve got my finger on the pulse and am giving you – the game-loving, hotness-buying board game players – exactly what you want. 16-year-old games that nobody talks about any more.

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The Old King’s Crown Preview

The Old King’s Crown has been sending ripples across my radar for a few years now, and with those ripples turning into waves after big showings at conventions like the UK Games Expo, I had big expectations

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Earth Review

Earth is the ideal game to play while you’re sitting around a table with people you like, having a chill time making little wooden towers.