Posted Thursday, 18-Jan-2018
Giants come to Kingdomino, a new game from the designer of Century: Spice Road, and Cry Havoc’s designer takes to the stars in the News Brief.
Prepared by Calvin Wong
Bruno Cathala’s hit tile layer has received its first announced expansion: Age of Giants!
“Diplomacy cuts just as sharply as the weapons of an army, but only half as sharp as the assassin’s blade. There are wheels within wheels and machinations beyond your view.”
So begins Imperius, a game coming to Kickstarter later this year that re-implements Grant Rodiek’s self-published Solstice. The Cry Havoc co-designer just celebrated the release of the Aftermath expansion to the critically regarded area control war game.
We’ll know more about Imperius soon!
From the designer of Century: Spice Road comes a game about being a coral reef!
aaand that’s all we know. From the suitable age range, it’s kid friendly (8+) and plays in 30 to 45 minutes. The artist is Chris Quilliams who’s done art for Pandemic, Pandemic Legacy, Carcassonne, Merchants and Marauders, Flick ‘Em Up! and Azul – quite the portfolio!
Nemesis is a space-horror science fiction survival game that, well…
It has minis, amazing ones, and lots of lovingly illustrated dark gritty science fiction art. It’s from the creators of This War of Mine and Lords of Hellas.
A guitar themed Euro game in which players use real picks, chords, and play songs to gain the most fame, Re-Chord looks absolutely stunning!
Spirits of the Forest, pretty much speaks for itself.
With its stunning art and high quality components all in a simple to learn package, this looks like it could be a real winner of a set collection abstract.
We don’t usually cover titles like Scrabble, but this video is too good not to share. Some of the best Scrabble players on earth recount their most improbable, achingly bad, and stunningly good plays.
And that’s it for the news brief! Thanks for reading, and do sign up for the BoardGamePrices.com newsletter by scrolling to the bottom of this page!
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