Today I talk about a type of game I rarely play, but this one I find interesting enough that I bought a starter set and play this with my boy off and on. World of Warcraft (WoW): Miniatures Game Doesn't it look cool? The miniatures look so awesome. Each player can have up to 3 characters at a time, and each character has its own special powers, movement etc. There is a paper playmat that comes with the starter set. Each Character rests upon a dial that keeps track of health.
Today I continue talking about some of my favourite games from Days of Wonder... 4. Shadows over Camelot This is a 2-7 player game where the players become the knights of the round table and try to protect the castle while performing quests to get victory points. The game is multifaceted as the players cooperate to: a. Keep the forces of evil at bay, b. Prevent wars nearby; c. Try to find the Holy Grail; d. Try to defeat the Black Knight; etc There is also an optional variant
1. Ticket to Ride While this is not the first Days of Wonder game I bought, this is if I am not mistaken, one of the most popular games out there today, in the leagues of Catan and Pandemic etc. In this game, you take turns taking cards to compile sets so that you can exchange card sets for the ability to build train routes across the USA. The longer the route you build, the more points you get. Every player also starts with 3 secret goal cards, where you are asked to build s
Today I will highlight my current favourite game publisher, Days of Wonder. The games they produce are fun, and are suitable for me to play with my kids, aged 7 and 10. These are the games I currently own from this publisher, and I enjoy playing them multiple times. I started with Small World. Then, I continued with Memoir 44. I moved on to Shadows over Camelot, and proceeded to get Ticket to Ride. My latest purchase from this picture is Five Tribes. I'll cover them in more d