Tagged: Rondel

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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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Iki Review

Iki rejects the usual tropes of samurai, ninjas, and bug-eyed anthropomorphic cartoon animals. Instead, it transports us back to feudal Japan

Tawantinsuyu Review

If you’re reading the name of the game over and over, and trying to figure out how to say it, you’re not alone. Tawantinsuyu is the latest in a series of games from Board and Dice with fun-to-say names that begin with the letter T. Let’s see what this heavyweight Euro game has in store for us.

The Red Cathedral Review

Devir Games have come out relative obscurity here in the UK, and delivered a small box game that looks like a big box game. A collect-and-deliver Euro with a dicey rondel and a historical construction theme? Ticks all the boxes, let’s have a look.

Teotihuacan: City of Gods Review

What’s special about Teotihuacan? Lots of Eurogames give you the feeling of building something. but how many let you physically build something magnificent, right there on the board?