Tag: tabletop

Board Game Roundup: Best Worker Placement Games

Worker placement games are some of the most fun types of games I’ve played, and one good thing about it is that it’s a pretty distinct genre, and pretty much any semi-serious gamer knows the meaning of “worker placement”.  I’ve played a lot of them, but certainly not all.  For me, these rise to the …

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Modular Wargaming Terrain: A Low Cost How-to DIY

An important but often overlooked part of miniature wargaming is the terrain. If you spend countless hours painting and perfecting your models, why not spend at least a fraction of that time on the board on which you will be playing? Well, cost would be a big reason. If you are a Warhammer or Warhammer 40K player, …

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Oh man, Oh Jeez: A Rick and Morty Munchkin Review

With the recent news that Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon’s television show Rick and Morty has been renewed for a massive 70 more episodes, I thought it was a great time to review the Rick and Morty version of Munchkin. Overview This game is just Steve Jackson’s Munchkin but with a Rick and Morty theme …

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Deck Building Meets Worker Placement: Orléans Review

There are so many great games out there, that sometimes, a few years go by before you discover a great game that’s been out for a while.  That is the case with Orléans, one that I’m surprised hasn’t made more noise.  Even though it’s a bit of an older game (2014) now, it’s still worth a full …

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