Hello sweet gamers, hope you still like board games because we’ve got some new ones, hot off the presses!
First, we’ve got reprints of Robinson Crusoe: Adventures on the Cursed Island, and a couple of Uwe Rosenberg classics, Le Havre and Glass Road.
In the realm of the new, we’ve got Codenames: Duet, a 2-player, fully cooperative version of 2016’s Spiel des Jahres winner. Now in a fetching lime green!
Encouraging more cooperation, we have the anti-colonialist Spirit Island, in which you protect your island from colonists by playing as abstract concepts such as River Surges in Sunlight and Vital Strength of the Earth. Each spirit has entirely different strengths and niches and although the game is fairly complex, there’s loads of room for smart decisions, cool combos, and great teamwork.
Unearth is an accessible, attractive dice placement game in which you’ll compete to claim the most ancient ruins, and honour your ancestors by assembling great wonders. With multiple strategies and plenty of ways to mitigate your luck, Unearth is straightforward enough for kids while remaining entertaining for adults.