Tag Archives: 2-player games

10 Great 2-Player Games (Article by Chris Wray)

Two-player games have a special place in our hobby.  Not only are they historically significant — many of the classics like Chess to Go are for pairs of players — but they are also especially relevant for those of us … Continue reading

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Caverna Cave vs Cave (Game Review by Chris Wray)

Designer:  Uwe Rosenberg Publisher:  Mayfair; Lookout Artists:  Klemens Franz Players:  1 – 2 Ages:  12 and Up Time:  20 Minutes (Solo) or 40 Minutes (2-Player) Times Played: > 5 (Both Solo and 2-Player) Uwe Rosenberg loves making 2-player versions of … Continue reading

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Review of Raptor by Bruno Cathala and Bruno Faidutti

Designers: Bruno Cathala and Bruno Faidutti Publisher:  Matagot (Distributed by Asmodee) Players:  2 Ages:  9 and Up Time:  25 Minutes Times Played:  > 5 (on Review Copy Provided by Asmodee) In Raptor, one player controls a mother velociraptor and her five … Continue reading

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Mr. Jack in New York

Designers:  Bruno Cathalla and Ludovic Maublanc Publisher:  Hurrican Games 2 Players, 30 minutes Review by:  Greg J. Schloesser NOTE:  This review borrows from my previous review of Mr. Jack. The news from London of the brutal murders was still fresh … Continue reading

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