We’ve compiled a list of great board games to help make your gift shopping a little easier.» Read more
Six year olds have strong opinions and a variety of interests. Our top ten games covers many different styles and themes: you’re sure to find one your child will love!» Read more
Our top recommended games for typical 4 year olds. Short, fun, and educational!» Read more
Flamecraft is an impressive blend of two things: a good game, and a cute game.
We’re fired up and we think you will be too!» Read more
You want games, we’ve got games! We are giving away a brand new copy of Fyfe, and our review copies of Turtle Splash, Aldabas, and The Quest Kids.» Read more
Splish, splash! Turtle races down the river to join his friends – but they’re already playing hide and seek!
Can he find them all?
Connect the dots and catch the bad guys in this light puzzle game that’s based on the TV show, but appropriate for all ages.» Read more
What does 7-year-old Elliot think of the new Kids Chronicles game? We think it’s best for kids right around his age.» Read more
Explore a brand new archipelago and bring back prestige and resources in this language-independent game.» Read more
Tranquility is gorgeous, but is it a family game?» Read more
What games make you think of “nature”? We discuss our top games with a nature theme.» Read more
This week we welcome Vince Vergonjeanne, one of our “favorite human beings in board games”, and the founder/CEO of Lucky Duck Games.» Read more
The two of us don’t usually love social deduction games, but having the die as the focus of the game gives a concrete goal. I want to get my die value high (or possibly low). Having that concrete goal made King of 12 a game we could really enjoy.» Read more
2020 has been tough, and there hasn’t been a lot of beauty to behold. Stop and smell the peonies in this gorgeous garden building game from Lucky Duck Games and ThunderGryph.» Read more
Warning: This SNAP review touches on death and the supernatural. One player takes the role of Ghost, and all other players work to determine how the Ghost met their untimely demise.» Read more
You are young apprentices, in training to legendary Fruit Ninjas. Now that you’ve learned the basics of slicing fruit, you need to master the art of combos. Sharpen your blades and reflexes to slice the best possible combos to earn maximum each round. Perfect these skills and Honorable Sensei will name you the Master of Combos.» Read more
Bring your band of the biggest baddest mutants to the brouhaha and see whose arsenal of freaks can crush the competition in the arena. Whose mutants are fittest to fight the best together? Breed and fight your way to victory in Mutants: The Card Game, from Sen-Foong Lim and Jessey Wright, published by Lucky Duck Games.» Read more
It isn’t often that a board game is released that changes game mechanics in a dramatic, noticeable way. These games are exciting, remarkable, and iconic. They often capture the essence of their predecessors but with unique twists that leave players wanting more. Chronicles of Crime is one of these games.» Read more
Reviews – in a snap! Our inaugural SNAP review is Jetpack Joyride, from Halfbrick Studios and Lucky Duck Games. Jetpack Joyride, the board game, translates the frantic feel of the endless runner into a tile-laying puzzle. Speed puzzle: lay polyominoes (5-unit pieces) onto individual boards to build a path and be the first to “escape the lab”. Cover coins» Read more