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Wonderlands War Review

Wonderlands War Board Game Review

Wonderland is the strangest of strange places. Where everyone is at least a little bit mad, or at least, they were. With the looking glass shattered, the denizens of Wonderland are now entirely sane, and that means war. Various leaders amass supporters and allies to aid in the struggle for control. However, the maddening shards of the looking glass permeate the world, corrupting those who come into contact with them.

Wonderlands War Automa

Gideon’s Unofficial Wonderlands War Solo and Duo Mode Automa

If you don’t know, I think Wonderlands War is a pretty great game. But it was missing something. It didn’t have a solo mode, and at two players it was a slightly lesser experience. So I designed a relatively simple automa that can be played solo, or added to a two-player game to emulate a three-player experience. You could technically use it at higher player counts, but there wouldn’t be a point.

Nemesis Board Game Review

Nemesis Board Game Review

Nemesis is a game about stories. Not the kind where you read three paragraphs of text that’s disjointed from the rest of the game. It’s the kind where you clearly remember individual game sessions because of the series of events that took place in them. You’re going to remember when Bill earned your trust only to airlock you, or when Kelly got really lucky and landed a killing blow on the alien queen with only her fists.

Wingspan Digital Review

Wingspan Digital Edition + European Expansion Review

Wingspan was originally an award-winning board game designed by Elizabeth Hargrave and published by Stonemaier Games. The digital version extends its feathered nature into video game form, complete with AI opponents, hot-seat play, and online multiplayer.