The Board Dame Reviews: Pipeline

"The refinement of oil has long been part of the government-controlled energy sector. Amassed with an incredibly complex and inefficient system of refineries, the government has felt the severe pressures of worldwide demand and the ever-increasing global standards for refinement. Unable to keep up with demand, the government has only one option: privatising the oil industry."... Continue Reading →

The Board Dame Reviews: Lords of Xidit

"The Black Southern Host has arisen, corrupting the hearts of the indigenous creatures. Afflicted by a mysterious sickness, they are attacking human cities. The last remaining hope for restoring peace to Xidit lies with the Kingdom's noble heirs, the Idrakys." Lords of Xidit is a 3-5 player programming game, re-implemented from Himalaya, designed by Régis... Continue Reading →

The Board Dame Reviews: The Artemis Project

"It is still early in the Artemis project. A foothold on life here has been gained, but it will take tenacious effort from the competing colonies to reach the point where Europa is truly viable as a home." The Artemis Project is a 1-5 player dice placement game designed by Daryl Chow and Daniel Rocchi, published... Continue Reading →

The Board Dame Reviews: CO₂: Second Chance

"If the pollution isn't stopped, it's game over for all of us." CO₂: Second Chance is a 1-4 player economic cooperative/semi-cooperative action selection game designed by Vital Lacerda and published by with artwork by Ian O'Toole, Paula Simonetti and Giacomo Tappainer. Box Game Length: 60-120 Minutes Actual Playtime: 120-180 Minutes (I can't see how you could win this game... Continue Reading →

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