One of my favourite parts of Terraforming Mars is the solo variant. While not as good as the multiplayer game, I like the challenge of tackling the Red Planet all by myself. In this guide, I’ll share advice on how to tackle the solo game and make it easier for you to win.
I did not expect to like Pipeline. Games that mix elements from economic and baroque eurogames have always felt like a compromise to me. But building an oil refinery was an appealing topic and the challenge ended up grabbing me.
Goblin Recruiter is not as well-known as other broken cards of Magic: The Gathering. It’s an old card, banned for longer than it has ever been legal. It seems quaint compared to the rest of the Legacy banlist. So why is it banned?
In most games, going straight for victory points is a poor strategy. In this guide, I’ll explain in detail why it’s such a bad idea and why developing your economy first gives much better results.
I firmly believe that videogames and boardgames are two different techniques within the same artistic medium. However, many do not agree and see them as being essentially different but with some overlap.
I’ve created a test to explore that overlap. In it, I showcase 30 games to be ranked in a scale from boardgame to videogame. No wrong answers, just questions to challenge our views of games. How different are they? What separates a boardgame from a videogame?