I want to start by saying this game is not Azul, it is not Sagrada. It shares a mechanic with Azul and a theme with Sagrada but is unlike either! Next Move Games have again produced a beautiful looking game with great components. Azul was a surprise hit for us last year, will Stained Glass of Sintra be the same?In the box you get:9 Factory Displays4 Player Boards (one in each player colour)32 Pattern Strips ( eight in each player colour)4 Glazier Tokens (one
The Tea Dragon Society Card Game is based on a graphic novel by Katie O’Neill and I will start by saying I had never heard or seen it before. However, dragons are one of my favourite creatures and being English I, of course, like a good cup of Rosie Lee! Making this a game I had to take a look at. The enchanting artwork on the box draws you in and continues in the box with the lovely card art, even the inside of the box is beautiful.In the box you get:
Across a crowded room, I saw you. Your bright colours, yet slightly sinister, artwork drew me in and I knew I had to look. Motora is simply put, beautiful. So, then we sat and played it. We proceeded to have one of the most bloodthirsty games we have had in a long time! Don’t let looks fool you, this game is brutal.
While there are lots of new games released at Essen, there are many
Kickstarters that are finally reaching fulfilment stages that we've
almost forgotten about and are starting promotion to new retail customers.
Plenty of games are available in limited quantities or reduced prices so
it's worth checking if they are available for pre-order to ensure you get
them at the best price and before they sell out completely. Here is my current
list of definite picks ups for the weekend.
Video content about board games, conventions and fun gaming related things
We met up with Luke from Muster at Airecon 4 to talk about how their app could revolutionise the way we meet up for games and make new connections to gamers locally.
Last weekend, we spent around six hours on trains in order to get to Edinburgh. Yes, of course, board games were involved! We were en route to the inaugural Tabletop Scotland in Perth.
Here's a quick walkaround the halls to see who was in attendance and what people were playing.