Game Type: Competitive - high interaction

Competitive games with high interaction

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Nucleum Review

When you’re constantly being namechecked in the same sentence as BGG’s number one game of all time, you’re doing something right.

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Horseless Carriage Review

If you think games like Isle of Cats, A Feast For Odin, or even Barenpark are tricky tile-placement puzzles, then you ain’t seen nothing yet. Horseless Carriage is a harsh, unforgiving mistress.

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Qawale Mini Review

This isn’t a mini-review of Qawale. It’s a normal review of Qawale Mini, a smaller version of the hit abstract game from Gigamic. That said, it won’t be a long one, as it’s a quick, light abstract game.

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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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Take The Throne Preview

When Jon from Deathtrap Games got in touch to see if I wanted to take a look at his game – Take The Throne – I jumped at the chance

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Voidfall Review

There’s a lot of work involved in learning, setting up, and ultimately playing the game, but it’s worth it. Voidfall delivers on its lofty promises and goes beyond them.

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It’s A Balloon!? Review

It’s a Balloon!? is a game that you might not have heard of but definitely deserves a place on your party game shelf.

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Medium Review

Medium, the mind-reading game from Greater Than Games. Medium, like so many of the best party games, is based around a simple concept: How well do you know the person sitting next to you?

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Green Team Wins Review

It’s a party game, its really easy to learn, and it’s a ton of fun. You might need more than one copy though…