Tag Archives: Schmidt Spiele

Chris Wray: Quick Thoughts on 10 Essen Games

We’re a little over two weeks past Spiel ‘17, and I’ve played about 40 new titles.  So has my game group: every year, I invite everybody I regularly game with in Kansas and Missouri to a small get-together (called “Essen … Continue reading

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Chris Wray: My Essen 2017 Most Anticipated List

Spiel (Essen) 2017 is less than two weeks away, and I’ve been reading rulebooks and combing through Eric Martin’s oh-so-amazing Spiel ’17 Preview on BGG. As in past years, I’ll be doing coverage from the fair for The Opinionated Gamers … Continue reading

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Tempel des Schreckens (Game Review by Chris Wray)

Designer: Yusuke Sato Publisher: Schmidt Spiele Players: 3 – 10 Ages: 8 and Up Time: 15 Minutes Times Played: > 12 I’m a big fan of social deduction games (as I detailed at this Geeklist), and Tempel des Shreckens (“Temple … Continue reading

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SdJ Re-Reviews #33: Qwirkle

Designer: Susan McKinley Ross Publisher:  MindWare, Schmidt, Others Players:  2 – 4 Ages:  6 and Up Time:  45 Minutes Times Played:  > 10 (And many more on iOS…) Qwirkle: An SdJ win six years in the making… In the spring … Continue reading

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Liga: Rondo Review

Rondo Designer: Reiner Knizia Publisher: Schmidt Spiele Ages: 8+ Time: 25 minutes Player: 2-4 Played: more than 20 plays with 2,3 and 4 players Review by Andrea “Liga” Ligabue thanks to a review copy from the Publishers Is it quite … Continue reading

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Incan Gold – Review

Design by:  Alan Moon and Bruno Faidutti Published by:  Gryphon Games 3 – 8 Players, 20 – 30 minutes Review by:  Greg J. Schloesser I’ve always been a big fan of Sid Sackson’s Can’t Stop.  The push-your-luck aspect of the … Continue reading

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