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 →

The Board Dame Reviews: Wingspan

"You are bird enthusiasts—researchers, bird watchers, ornithologists, and collectors seeking to discover and attract the best birds to your network of wildlife preserves." Wingspan is a 1-5 player engine builder designed by Elizabeth Hargrave and published by Stonemaier Games with artwork by Ana Maria Martinez Jaramillo, Natalia Rojas and Beth Sobel. Box Game Length: 40-70 Minutes Actual... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Stocking Stuffers

It's that time of year again, if you're anything like me every year, you're probably scrambling last minute to buy Christmas Gifts for your loved ones. Trying to find games for the gamer in your life isn't always an easy task, especially if you're shopping on a budget, or want something small but packed with... Continue Reading →

The Board Dame Reviews! Western Legends!

"Will you become an outlaw? Rob the bank, rustle cattle, and steal from other players. Or will you become the Law? Fight bandits, wrangle cattle, and arrest wanted players. Only one thing is for certain: history only remembers the most legendary! How will you write your name on the face of history?" Western Legends is a... Continue Reading →

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