A review of Silman's Masterpiece on Positional Chess.
A review of Jeremy Silman's book: "The Amateur's Mind"
Forbidden Island is a cooperative survival based tile and card board game designed by Matt Leacock and produced by Gamewright. The goal is for the players to collaboratively collect four treasure pieces and then meet at a helicopter pad to escape the island before it sinks into the ocean.
Like many people I really enjoy strategy board games and find it difficult to find compelling two player options. This article reviews multiple which are played in person where you interact in the physical world together adding a more social aspect to it in comparison to video games.
Cashflow 101 is a board game created by Robert Kiyosak, best known as the author of the #1 personal finance book of all time, Rich Dad, Poor Dad. From this board game anyone can learn about personal financial management and be educated on how to pinpoint opportunities to make money work for you and be financially free in the future.
Westeros awaits. Sit on the Iron Throne and cackle as your army obliterates the competition in A Game of Thrones, The Board Game Second Edition. This review will tell you everything you need to know before making the purchase that will have friends and peasants begging for more. Valar Morghulis.
Shogi is a chess like game from Japan. Shogi and Chess have the same origin but, shogi has evolved to be uniquely different game. With rules that allow players to reuse captures pieces as their own, shogi is a game that requires a more dynamic style of play.
Dungeons and Dragons is often given the short straw for being the ultimate confirmation of being a geek. The go to stereotype for showing the losers that do not fit in and only live in a fantasy world. Here you will find nothing could be further from the truth and everyone plays the game.
You remember back in the day when you were at a slumber party and little Suzy in the corner said "Hey, let's play Dream Phone!" At the time, it seemed exciting enough, but looking back at this board game now leads me to only one conclusion: it's stupid.