The Board Dame Reviews: Ducks in Tow

"Welcome to the Duck Sanctuary! Come enjoy the company of the ducks while visiting the different locations around the park." "This game will Quack you up!" Ducks in Tow is a 2-4 player Pick Up and Deliver game designed by Stephanie Kwok, with artwork by Andrew Bosley and published by First Fish Games. This game is currently on Kickstarter. Click... Continue Reading →

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 Giochix.it 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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