[Review] Symphony No. 9: Classical music on your table

Symphony no. 9 is a board game published by Moaideas Game Design from Taiwan. This game takes you guys back to be the patron of the world class classical music composer. Be the best patrons for Mozart etc. and be the winner in Symphony no. 9.

[Review] Cenayang: A local party game from Indonesia

While I am drafting the next entry for Essen 2018's loot, today we will review a local board game from Indonesia as an intermezzo. Cenayang: A game of assumption (we'd like to shorten it as Cenayang only from now on) is a party game designed by Arya Wirahadi […]

[Review] BARPIG: A Couple of Pigs Went Inside a Bar….

Ever Wondered What Happened When A Couple of Pigs Went Inside a Bar?Yes, you got that right, folks. I'm talking about pigs, real P-I-G-S. Who says pigs only go back to their shed when the sun falls? They come out to have fun! And what better place to […]

[Review] Zoar: Bring the ancient glory or eradicate enemies’ cities

Imagine this: you were brought to the desert ruined by the long war of the four tribes. The war had not yet ceased and now you were one of the tribe leaders guiding your armies through the vast desolate land to retain your tribe's ancient relic while defending […]

[Review] Spring Rally: A cute racing game from Korea

Spring Rally is a board game published by Mandoo, a company based in South Korea. It's a good time to introduce this game after we played the other board games coming from another part of Asia, such as Taiwan and Japan. From 3-5 players can play this game; […]

[Review] Upstream: Join the Salmon’s Journey

I always love board games like Upstream that sound up ecology and environment with its theme, knowing how important and crucial it is this day. Well, there's a bunch of publishers and designers who have designed and published games bringing up this topic recently and I am interested […]

[Review] Wangdo: The Bear Kingdom Needs a King

After a very long pause due to the holiday season in 2018, we are back to provide you with Wangdo, another board game from Asia that we got from Spiel Essen 2018. Wangdo is designed by Frank Crittin, Grégoire Largey, and Sébastien Pauchon; it is published by Mandoo […]

[Review] Siam: Rivalry Between the Elephants and the Rhinos

Siam was located in the present-Thailand, has been an inspiration for many masterpieces including this board game. Join our safari to the heart of the forest in the ancient kingdom to watch the intense rivalry between two marvellous creatures of the earth: the rhinos and the elephants.A bit background […]

[Review] Here Comes the Dog: Dogs Here, There, Everywhere

Do you guys like dogs?  Own a dog? We happen to be dogs owners and love them so dearly. Besides having to give them love and attention, of course we have to feed them every day. This time, we are going to review one of the light board […]

[Review] Horticulture Master: Whose Garden Is the Most Beautiful?

Before we talk about Horticulture Master, I need to mention that Taiwan has been producing more board games and designers for years. One of them, Livia from Mozi Games who also attended Spiel Essen 2018 to showcase their front foot. Horticulture Master successfully attracted crowd due to its beautiful […]