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Some of you might recognise the name QXC but maybe not the name Kevin Riley. The former is an impressive Starcraft 2 player and...
Launching on Kickstarter today is a brand new card game called Sad Piggies, a game where you help pigs die horribly. Sounds depressing right? But it's not, trust me, it's all in good, morbid humour.
So you've already purchased Hanabi thanks to my glowing review and you decided to try it out with your friends. "That Billy guy had me buy this game and we just get our butts kicked!" you loudly exclaim to yourself like some kind of weirdo.
One of this month's featured tabletop games is Marvel Legendary. It's a really good Deck Building card game but a lot of people hear Deck Building and think of Magic the Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh and Pokemon. So this week we're looking to clear up any confusion on what exactly the Deck Building genre is.
Last week I gave you a broad strokes view of Hanabi, the cooperative game that sets you against the game in a trial of colour-and-number-based organisation. Now we'll get into the nitty gritty details a bit and start making comparisons between it, and other games in the cooperative genre. You'll also start to hear a whole 'lot more of my personal opinions on the subject so BUCKLE UP!
My choice for week 1 is Hanabi. A highly praised praised co-operative tile / card based game that won the Spiel de Jahres in 2013.