Disney Villainous – Introduction to Evil

9/10
Disney Villainous: Introduction to Evil and Filled with Fright

We jumped at the opportunity to review Disney Villainous and we weren’t disappointed. The mechanics of the gameplay are simple enough that it can be played by a ten-year-old, but there’s enough strategy here that experienced board gamers won’t just be moving pieces around and playing out the string.

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ArcheOlogic – Deductive Cartography

8/10
ArcheOlogic

Mapping a hidden city full of traps is the theme of ArcheOlogic, a new logic and deduction game from Ludonaute. ArcheOlogic is a deduction and polyomino placement game for 1-4 players ages 12 and up. A game should take a little under an hour. Setup In ArcheOlogic, players race to determine the correct placement of six buildings (represented by polyominos)

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Harvest Hoppers – A Holiday in Greenbranch

8/10
Harvest Hoppers game

Harvest Hoppers is Snowbright Studio’s new “cute but cutthroat” board game, delivering heartwarming fun for 2 to 6 players over 30 to 60 minutes. This strategy game with area control components comes with dozens of produce tokens, uniquely configured neighborhood maps, and a heapin’ handful of adorable Hoptop bicycle delivery antics.

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Namiji – Setting Sail

8.5/10
Namiji cover

Namiji, designed by Antoine Bauza for 2-5 players, is a relaxing, Japan-themed board game of worker placement and set collection. Taking 30-45 minutes, players 8+ sail around a track, engaging in fishing, net casting, and completing panoramas to earn points. Namiji offers multiple scoring strategies and a unique turn mechanism that keeps tension high.

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