Aaron previews the tile placement, city building, cube shaking game Shake That City from AEG.
Aaron previews the deck-sculpting card game Chiseled from Copper Frog Games.
Aaron reviews the tile placement/pattern building game Shifting Stones.
Aaron reviews the dungeon-crawling flip & write Deadly Doodles from Steve Jackson Games.
Aaron reviews the 2 player set collection game Sobek 2 Players from Pandasaurus Games.
Aaron reviews the gardening focused flip and write Delicious from Pencil First Games.
Aaron reviews Naturopolis – the third game in the 18 card layering game series from the designers of Sprawlopolis and Agropolis.
Aaron reviews the missionary-minded tile placement game Mission: Ends of the Earth from Bible Games Central.
Aaron reviews the flavor-focused, candy-coated trick-taking game Best Candy on The Block: Rewrapped from Baron Jon Games.
Aaron reviews the time-focused, time-traveling, open drafting, set collection game Trekking Through History from Underdog Games.
Aaron reviews the tile placement game Downtown Farmers Market from Johan Benvenuto, Alexandre Droit, and Blue Orange Games.
Aaron reviews the 2-6 player push your luck, set collection game 2CAN Game from Amigo Games.
Aaron reviews the 2-5 player vowels not included, except for the ‘o’, word game Vowl.
Aaron reviews the 2-4 player band builder – Boy Band Builder The Card Game. Players will audition band members and prepare for gigs…for cash.
Aaron reviews the 1-4 player set collection game Your Friend is Sad from Jason Anarchy Games, Shen and many other web-comic artists.
Aaron reviews the 1 to 4 player student loan debt reduction game Millennial Manatees from Jason Anarchy and Jason Anarchy Games.
Aaron reviews the 2 or 4 player pattern building, end game bonus game Abstract Academy from Flatout Games (Molly Johnson, Robert Melvin, Shawn Stankewich). Abstract Academy was published by Crafty Games with art from Dann May. Compete with your fellow art students and try to impress the professors by painting pieces in accordance with the assignments and the professors’ varying wishes.
Aaron reviews the 2-4 player work-could-certainly-be-better game Corporate Coffin.
Aaron reviews Quirky Circuits from designer Nikki Valens, artist Danalyn Reyes and publisher Plaid Hat Games.
Aaron reviews Land vs Sea from Jon-Paul Jacques and Good Games Publishing.
Aaron reviews Hues and Cues from Scott Brady and The Op.
Aaron reviews The Game Face to Face from Steffen Benndorf and Reinhard Staupe with art from
Oliver Freudenreich and Sandra Freudenreich. The Game Face to Face was published by Pandasaurus Games.
Aaron plays a solo game and reviews Cascadia from Randy Flynn, Beth Sobel, Flatout Games and AEG.
Aaron plays a solo variant and reviews Enchanted Plumes from Brendan Hansen and Calliope Games.
Aaron reviews a holiday edition of Vinyl. Build those trees, deck the Halls and collect those sets.