Patrick does a quick unboxing of the newly arrived game, Rising Sun from CMON. This is the Kickstarter edition from the April 2017 campaign. Check out everything you got with the Daimyo Pledge.
Patrick does a quick unboxing of the latest book in the Horus Heresy Primarchs series:Ferrus Manus. This is the collector’s edition of the book and Patrick wanted to show everyone what they were like, in case you’re on the fence about purchasing one.
One of our favorite family games is getting an expansion pack! Sheriff of Nottingham: Merry Men, is slated to be released on Sept. 20, 2017 and is currently available for pre-order. To see the full details, click here.
Planning a trip this summer and want to take your favorite board game with you? Well, if space is an issue, you can always purchase the game as an app for your smartphone or tablet. Here are five board game apps you can play while traveling for the summer. Elder Sign – Available in
After spending the evening watching Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Saturday, we decided to head home and wrap up the night with a new board game. Hitting the table for the first time was Elder Sign. Elder Sign is a cooperative game designed for 1-8 players. The primary mechanic the game draws upon is
I finally broke down and purchased a Forge World model for the Horus Heresy. Check out the unboxing to see who it is!
Ah, the Wall of Shame. Everyone has one, even if we don’t want to admit it. When it comes to board games, a Wall of Shame is the wall that contains all the games you have purchased but haven’t played yet. Some of them even have the shrink-wrap still on them. We recently posted a
Super quick unboxing of the Fantasy Flight Game, Elder Sign! Looking forward to getting this to the table, soon.
Mother’s Day is right around the corner and, if you have a gaming mom in your life, we have five gift ideas for you. These are not in any sort of order. 5. Lanterns: The Harvest Festival – I purchased this game after watching it on Wil Wheaton’s TableTop. It struck me as a game
After missing a couple of weeks because of scheduling issues, the Forge Herald game center was back in action this week with a new game! Hitting the table for the first time was Lanterns the Harvest Festival. Lanterns is a tile placing, set collecting game. Players will place tiles from their hand onto the board,