Do you know how the ecosystem works? Did you know there are many different types of ecosystems that exist in our environment? If you didn’t, Edge of Extinction can help gain you some knowledge! This brilliant game from Two Sisters in the Wild is just as much fun as it is educational!
Expand your love of Love Letter by inviting more players to the table! Love Letter Premium Edition supports up to 8 players and introduces new characters and mechanics when you play with 5+. Check out the other upgrades to Love Letter in this new edition!
That’s right – the influential computer game you knew and loved as a kid is now a card game! Can the wagon party work together to keep at least one player alive on the trail from Missouri all the way to the Oregon? Check out our review and see if you catch the dysentery!
Alright, so the zombie apocalypse is here. Of course you need to find food and protect the bunker, but the end is inevitable. With that thought in mind, take out as many of the undead as you can before you bite the bullet and control the top squad in Zpocalypse!
In Part 5 of this ongoing series, Kae discusses playing Dino Hunt and Feed the Woozle, and has some words about handling disappointment when kids lose games.
Kae shares this cute sushi-themed card drafting game and how to choose the very best items for your scoring dish!
Get in the holiday spirit with 12 Days, and see if it is the right gift for your loved ones! Play the lowest valued card to win gifts, but try to collect sets for end-game scoring to come out on top.
12 Days gets a few modifications and new attention as publication is handed over to Calliope Games. Check out what you can expect in the newest version of 12 Days inside.
Today we look at two teaser games we picked up at Gen Con 2015 from Thames & Kosmos, a STEM company with brain-stretching games!
In Part Four of this series, the geekling takes on a game of dexterity while climbing the difficulty ladder in Peaceable Kingdom’s Stack Up! This game involves balance, hand-eye coordination, and varying levels of play for ages 2-5.
Continuing our series about gaming with small kids, Kae discusses more in-depth information on HABA Games’ Animal Upon Animal. Also, some thoughts on matching games, story-telling games, dice, and more.