Review Recaps: November 2014

Review Recaps: November 2014 (image courtesy Archipelago)

Here's a quick recap of some recent board game reviews of note, from some of our favorite board game reviewers:

  • Chaostle – "a fantasy-themed, roll-and-move, 3D board game, maneuver around the board and attack the castle"
  • Archipelago – "an obtuse, conflicted, and wildly engaging Euro game full of chaos and caustic judgment"
  • Thunder Alley – "a fun, tactical card game that simulates NASCAR Racing"
  • Abyss – "a game in which players try to take control of strategic locations in an underwater city"
  • The Lord of the Rings Dice Building Game – "a game full of contradictions, that brings a unique combination of dice deckbuilding and player's cooperation"
  • Sushi Go! – "Grab the best sushi before your opponents do"
  • Dodekka – "a light card game wherein players attempt to collect cards of one suit while avoiding all other suits"
  • Superfarmer – "a kids board game where up to 4 players compete to become the Super Farmer by multiplying their animals"
  • HomeStretch – "a board game that shows oval racing in all its glory"
  • Sign of the Pagan – "portrays the most famous battle of one of history's most feared figures – Attila the Hun"
  • Operation F.A.U.S.T. – "players take on roles of independent art patrons in occupied France during WWII"

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