All Game Reviews


A five to ten person party game, Crossfire is a hidden identity deception game with a twist. Crossfire is similar to a combination of "Two Rooms and a Boom" and "Secrets." Players take on roles such as agents, assassins, and bystanders, with competing goals: agents want to kill assassins, assassins want to kill the VIP, and the bystander just doesn't want to get shot.


Betrayal at Baldur's Gate

Betrayal at Baldur's Gate is, at its heart, a re-skin of Betrayal at House on the Hill -- if you know how to play one, you know how to play the other. But because it does have a unique setting, different scenarios, and some different gameplay elements, it doesn't feel like a repeat of the original. 


Hero Realms Game Review

  • Setup is simple and easy; you can set a game of Hero Realms up in just a few minutes.
  • Replayability is high, especially as you start learning new strategies and synergies.
  • Game is faster-paced and more dynamic than Star Realms. 
  • Expansions are adding even more value to the base game. 

Super Motherload

Mining doesn't sound fun, but Super Motherload isn't really a mining game. On the surface, Super Motherload is a simplified deck builder with a resource map. Digging a little deeper (sigh), there's actually quite a bit of strategy, especially when you start tacking on additional actions and activating card powers.