Role-Playing

These games often involve storytelling and character development, where players assume the roles of characters in a fictional setting and embark on adventures. Decisions and dice determine the outcomes. Examples include: “Dungeons & Dragons” and “Gloomhaven”.

Quest: Box Cover Front
Rating:4/5

Quest Review

Quest delivers a thrilling adventure with friends. The teamwork is stellar, but luck can dominate, adding some chaos. If you love a mix of strategy and chance, give it a shot!
Inception: Box Cover Front
Rating:4/5

Inception Review

'Inception' dazzles with smart mechanics and stunning art. A whirl of strategy that feels fresh every play. Yet, its balance shines, making each game a tight match. A must-try for those who love a brainy challenge.
Ranger: Box Cover Front
Rating:4.3/5

Ranger Review

Played Ranger with my buddies, and boy, it was a hoot! Simple rules, stunning art, but watch out for that cheeky luck factor. Almost perfect, but no cigar due to some balance quirks. Still, solid 4 stars from this reviewer!
Halloween - Halloween, Quined Games, 2017 — front cover (image provided by the publisher) - Credit: W Eric Martin
Rating:4/5

Halloween Review

Played 'Halloween' with friends and we were all hooked! The game mixes spooky fun with strategy, but sometimes luck plays too big a role. Though not perfect, its quality pieces and replayability make it a game night favorite.
Guardians: Box Cover Front
Rating:4/5

Guardians Review

Played Guardians with friends last weekend. Couldn't get enough! The characters' unique abilities and the game's balance had us hooked. The artwork? Stunning. Only gripe? Sometimes luck wins over strategy. Still, a solid 4 out of 5 stars.
Faces: Box Cover Front
Rating:4.5/5

Faces Review

'Faces' is a riot of laughter, combining quirky portraits with player wit. Perfect for those game nights where you're itching for something light and hilarious. Just be ready for your sides to hurt from laughing!
Twitch: Box Cover Front
Rating:4.5/5

Twitch Review

Twitch caught me by surprise! It's a blast to play with pals, making us laugh and strategize like never before. Despite its simplicity, it's got enough depth to keep us coming back. Just wish luck didn't play such a big role.
Runebound (Third Edition): Box Cover Front
Rating:4.3/5

Runebound (Third Edition) Review

In this Runebound (Third Edition) review, we plunged into enchanting realms steeped in adventure, faced gripping player interaction, and experienced rich scenario variability, manifesting a tabletop world brimming with dynamic exploits.
BattleCON: Devastation of Indines cover
Rating:4.5/5

BattleCON: Devastation of Indines Review

In our delve into 'BattleCON: Devastation of Indines Review,' the stellar combat mechanics, rich character diversity, and profound strategic depth shone through, distinguishing this game as a praiseworthy contender in the board game arena.