Tag Archives: worker placement

Whistle Mountain (Game Preview by Chris Wray)

 Designer:  Scott Caputo & Luke Laurie Publisher:  Bezier Games Artists:  Mila Harbar & Taylor Bogle Players:  1 – 6 Ages:  12 and Up Time:  60-90 Minutes Whistle Mountain is a worker placement game designed by Scott Caputo and Luke Laurie.  … Continue reading

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Feierabend (Game Review by Chris Wray)

Designer:  Friedemann Friese Publisher:  2F-Spiele Artists:  Lars-Arne “Maura” Kalusky Players:  1 – 6 Ages:  12 and Up Time:  45 – 75 Minutes Times Played: 3 (On Review Copy from Publisher) Friedemann Friese’s Feierabend, also known as Finishing Time, is an … Continue reading

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Ragusa (Game Review by Brandon Kempf)

Designer: Fabio Lopiano Artist: Bartlomiej Roczniak Publisher: Braincrack Games & Capstone Games Players: 1-5 Players Time: 40-80 Minutes Game Mechanisms: Commodity Speculation, Trading, Worker Placement Times Played: 4 “Wonder why they didn’t just call this one The Big Ragoo?”  I … Continue reading

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Charterstone (Game Review by Chris Wray) (Spoiler Free)

Designer: Jamey Stegmaier Publisher: Stonemaier Games Players: 1 – 6 Ages: 10 and Up Time: 45 – 75 Minutes Times Played: 12 (The entire campaign.) Charterstone is the latest creation of Jamey Stegmaier and his publishing company, Stonemaier Games.  Though … Continue reading

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Liga: first impressions of Bretagne

Bretagne Designer: Marco Pozzi Artist: Alan D’Amico e Paolo Vallerga Publisher: Placentia Games and Post Scriptum Players: 2-4 Ages: 14+ Time: 90-120 minutes Times played: 3 Today I’ll start a series of Essen previews of games I was able to … Continue reading

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Coal Baron

Design by Wolfgang Kramer & Michael Kiesling Published by R&R Games 2 – 4 Players, 60 – 75 minutes Review by Greg J. Schloesser  Mining coal is a dirty business, requiring back-breaking work in conditions that—at least in the times … Continue reading

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