Guaranteed to be less glitchy and run at a better frame rate, Fantasy Flight Games has announced that a board game adaptation of Fallout will go on sale in the last quarter of this year.
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My background music of choice for any board game session is Lin-Manuel Miranda's How Far I'll Go, but I know not everyone's a fan. Heck, it's probably the last thing you want blasting during a tense session of Seasons or, er, Munchkin (great for SeaFall though). That's when Melodice comes to the rescue, a neat little site that will generate — and play — a selection of game-appropriate tunes.
Friends, I really don't need to play another game of Splendour as long as I live.
Every time my wife's family comes over for dinner, lunch or just to hang out generally it takes roughly 30 minutes to go from "how was your day?" to "hey, who wants to play Splendour?"
What board games do you play a lot? Help me out here, I'm looking for recommendations.
I've always loved board games. As a poor student, I would walk into Games Paradise on Pitt Street in the city just to be surrounded by shiny plastic-wrapped board games with expensive price tags.
Then one day, I discovered a secret. Next to the counter was a little nondescript display filled with small white envelopes, with price tags I could afford. Within, simple, black-and-white printed cardboard. Tape it together yourself into a game board, and bring your own pieces. Simple, cheap, genius. And that's how I met That's how I first met Kill Doctor Lucky.
It's no surprise that a comic book based on the classic whodunnit board game Clue is outlandishly silly — after all, just like the beloved movie, it's hard to take the fact you're an adaptation of a board game with any sense of seriousness. IDW's new Clue series rolls with that, and takes it a step further with several twists on top of its own twist.
Star Wars Armada is a great game to play every once in a while. But committing to play a lot of it in the name of an organised campaign is another story.