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The Best Educational Board Games A good game always has something to teach us. Not as strictly imitating adult work as it was before, modern games still teach the concepts... Continue Reading Catan, One of the Greatest European Board Games, Is 25 Now! It seems Catan has always been around. But it turns out that it only appeared in 1995. Well, it’s truly long before The Fight Club,... Continue Reading Top 5 Family Board Games Based on Travelling As many board games are in factr about moving tokens through the board, it’s logical to see them as a sort of travel. Having the... Continue Reading The Ancient Game from League of Legends Goes Tabletop League of Legends has given birth to a lot of spinoffs and inspired more unofficially. The next game from its universe, Tellstones, though, is quite... Continue Reading Metal Gear Solid Board Game Pushed to Summer 2021 It was first announced that the next game in the Metal Gear Solid universe would be not a video game but a board one. The... Continue Reading Master of the Galaxy Review — The Crowdfunding Game We All Waiting For! What Is It About? The galaxy is large and plentiful, generous and open to any who will be able to overcome the attraction and escape to... Continue Reading Full Review of Spank the Monkey — Funny Card Game A pestering primate is wreaking havoc at the junkyard where you work. It may be our closest relative, but that doesn’t mean it can go... Continue Reading Jackal: Archipelago. Several Islands With Hidden Treasures Several days ago, a suspicious man appeared in a tavern near a pirate bay, claiming that he had a treasure map of Captain Jackal, and... Continue Reading Sebastopol Domino Review Sebastopol (or "The Star") is similar to Block Dominoes in that there is no drawing from the boneyard - the tiles you have at the... Continue Reading Full Review of Nations: The Dice Game — Create the Most Succesful Civilization! From the humble beginnings of civilization through the historical ages of progress, mankind has lived, fought and built together in nations. Great nations protect and... Continue Reading Sub Terra Review — Can You Escape? Sub Terra is a cooperative survival horror board game. You and up to five friends are cave explorers who have become trapped deep underground. You... Continue Reading Imperial Settlers Review — Build your Civilization Cute is not often a word used to describe board games. But in this case, it’s the perfect word for the look and feel of... Continue Reading