is a card game that is simply, easy to learn and easy to play. I found myself always carrying this title around and introducing it to anyone who is down to play it. It’s simplicity makes it available for both novices and experienced players being the artwork is grabbing and the nudge of strategy keeps the game fresh. Throughout the game you will be collecting cards in order to create sets based off the predetermined set selections. They will grant you points which toward the end will be counted for the win. Supernaturals are cards (that can still be collected as a set) that offer an action text that can be used to help yourself or hinder your opponents. Being a brand new game this year, I’d think this is one of those best new board games 2016
Since I’ve done a best new board games of games from 2016. I thought I’d do a best new board games post for games up to 2016. These are strictly biased and are solely based off games I’d play over everything else at the current moment. So while these may change (even in the next month or so), I wanted to jot them down for now. These are board games I’ve played in the last month and will continue to play for the coming months (hopefully). So below are my Top 5 Best New Board Games 2016.
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If you’ve spent any time on Kickstarter perusing successful projects, you may have realized we are in a sort of board game renaissance. We’re not talking Trouble, Mouse Trap, or Life, these games can get complex and reward your patience with a deeper gaming experience. Even if you didn’t hop onboard years ago, there’s never been a better time to add something new to your collection than right now. So gather up a few friends, crack a few beers, and spend a night tossing around some dice. Here are the 10 best new board games.
is one of those games that will create a perfect evening, meaning it’s super long. Games last from 2 to 3 hours usually, with up to six players. It feels like Risk meets Game of Thrones: The Board Game. Players assume the roles of nobles in the 15th century Kingdom of France, with each player trying to become the most powerful ruler in the Kingdom. To do so, they’ll have to gain control of Fief and Bishopric territories. They’ll acquire Royal and church titles to give their families influence over the lands, with players strengthening their claim to the throne by negotiating marriage alliances between families, setting the stage for a brand new Red Wedding. It’s easily one of the best new board games available.