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Sunday Roundup: May 13th

Posted by Isaac Philips on

Happy Mother's Day! Below you'll find a brief description and a link to each article or review we posted this week.



Monday: No Siesta

Last week we took a look at a short article on roll and write games by Boardgameduel. No Siesta from Stronghold Games is a roll and write game that forces players to make many strategic decisions.

Video review by Drive Thru Review:



Tuesday: Gloomhaven

Since it released, Gloomhaven from Cephalofair Games has been sitting near the top of the Board Game Geek hottest games list. This legacy game pushes the envelope of cooperative dungeon crawlers

In-depth review by Board Game Buds:



Wednesday: Gloomhaven

The meat of Gloomhaven is its combat system. To understand how it works, we found a scenario playthrough by Rolling Solo.

Final installment of the scenario playthrough:



Thursday: Yamatai

Yamatai is the latest game from Days of Wonder, boasting significant complexity and player interaction. Every action you take in Yamatai directly effects the opportunities of your opponents.

Review by the Opinionated Gamers:


I hope you found something that interests you and enjoyed the reviews. Happy gaming!

  • No Siesta
  • La Granja
  • Gloomhaven
  • Yamatai
  • Board games

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