Board Games Reviews

  • Blade Runner - The Roleplaying Game

    Looking for an immersive and interactive way to pretend to be a neon-noir detective, a-la 1980s Harrison Ford? Look no further than the latest Free League tabletop roleplaying game, Blade Runner -...
    Reviewed by Jordan Ryan,  0 comments
  • Mojobot

    Coming from startup ProjectLab is a family-friendly board game which not only offers an original concept for a tabletop game but also teaches players about coding in the process. Read on as we...
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn,  8 comments
  • Pandemic

    Games where you need to work together are nothing new. From ancient team sports to co-op esports, working together as a team has always been a major part in the broad spectrum of games. Even games...
    Reviewed by Taleweaver,  0 comments
  • Mutant: Year Zero

    In this review we take a look at the pen & paper RPG from Free League Publishing and Modiphius, Mutant: Year Zero, that inspired a recent game of the same name. Set in a post-apocalyptic world...
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn,  0 comments
  • Race for the galaxy

    Most games can be learned by watching. You see someone do some moves, get a bit of an explanation and might start playing before you fully understand everything. Race for the galaxy isn't such...
    Reviewed by Taleweaver,  0 comments
  • Stone age

    Ever wondered how being a chieftain in the stone age would be like? Ever wanted to play age of empires on a board and without the fighting? Do you want to send out cavemen to build you huts and...
    Reviewed by Taleweaver,  0 comments
  • Onirim

    Back when I wrote my [url=https://gbatemp.net/review/doki-doki-literature-club.720/]Doki doki literature club[/url] review, I couldn't honestly write "you can't get this amount of quality for free...
    Reviewed by Taleweaver,  0 comments
  • Settlers of Catan

    In Settlers of Catan (hereafter abbreviated to 'Catan') you and your adversaries are civilizations eager to expand. You start out with two villages but during the game you'll harvest or trade...
    Reviewed by Taleweaver,  3 comments
  • Patchwork

    Have you ever played a racing game where you said said to yourself "man...this game would've been so much better if it had tetris pieces"? Have you ever wanted to challenge your rival to a battle...
    Reviewed by Taleweaver,  1 comment
  • Eternal Kings

    A board game review on GBAtemp?! And so it begins…
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn,  14 comments
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