Scythe is an excellent board game, it's just a shame that it retails for well over $100 locally. But not if you buy it today from Amazon Australia, where it's $87. Well, Amazon US actually, but we'll get to that.
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It originally sounded like a good joke: why not mix a Euro steampunk Euro strategy game with the world of My Little Pony? But then someone turned it into a print and play game. And later this August, you'll be able to buy a physical copy of My Little Scythe, where you can stock up on pie, get into pie fights and increase your friendship.
One look at the mech models from the board game Scythe and it's hard not to think "I'd love a strategy video game based on these beautiful bastards". Well, this exact wish was granted late last year when developer King Art Games announced Iron Harvest. Now, not only do we have a couple of new screenshots, but a healthy chunk of gameplay in video form.
Scythe is one of my favourite board games of the last few years, and having missed its first expansion I was super excited to drop back into the game to test out its second, the airship-based Wind Gambit.
Polish aritst Jakub Rozalski is known for his series of illustrations where he depicts an alternate 1920s, where the peasants of Europe are towered over by giant mechs. They helped inspire one of the year's best board games, and are now getting not one, but two video games to go along with them.