I’ve just launched my updated list of the top 100 board games of all time - the list aggregates games from 39 reviewers and is fully filterable by number of players, game length, reviewer, etc.!


Mastodon is probably the wrong place for this, but in case anyone is interested...

Cartographers: A Roll Player Tale Board Game *Giveaway*


Episode 2 of the Board Game Squad Podcast is available for listening.

Recorded @ PAX Unplugged, we go through what we played and deep dive into Pipeline from Ryan Courtney & Capstone Games.

Episode 2: boardgamesquad.com/e2-pipeline

All Episodes/Subscribe: boardgamesquad.com/podcast/

I completed chapter 1 of Tainted Grail last night. OMG, I’m so into this.

City of the Big Shoulders Review: Warm, Heavy, Sprawling

My first ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ review on the blog!


I teamed up with my friend Jason to put together a list of 10 board games for the Halloween season over on Way Too Many Games.


These are my top picks for games being released at Essen Spiel this year.


10. The Castles of Burgundy (2019 edition)
9. Marco Polo 2
8. Food Chain Magnate: The Ketchup Mechanism & Other Ideas
7. Terramara
6. Cooper Island

Oftentime, deck building games end up being more less similar to one another. RONE, which is on Kickstarter currently, is actually pretty unique. I recommend checking it out. It’s very good. boardgamesquad.com/rone/

We aggregated the top games lists from 20 different board game reviewers to bring you THE ULTIMATE TOP 100 board games list.

Including The Dice Tower, Man vs Meeple, Shut Up & Sit Down, Heavy Cardboard, 3 Minute Board games, Tantrum House, No Pun Included, Slickerdrips, and The Secret Cabal Gaming Podcast


Interested in Japanese board games? The awesome Rand Lemley breaks down 10 games that he thinks are worth seeking out.


I wrote a review for Newton. The game arrived with some hype last year and sort of fell off people’s radar shortly after its release. It’s a solid board game though, and I recommend giving it a play.

Check out my review: boardgamesquad.com/newton/

“Newton Review: Have Books, Will Travel”

I put together a little table, detailing the relationship between everyone’s favorite Italian board game designers:

Simone Luciani, Daniele Tascini, Virginio Gigli, and Flaminia Brascini


I wrote a review about the latest edition of High Society.


I love auction games and the art in the latest edition is absolutely stunning.

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