If you have established yourself as a super fan of the video game Fallout, i.e. you own and played every copy of the video game, desire to eat post-apocalyptic meals, have every Fallout collectibles money can buy, plays Fallout in the real world with a Fallout tabletop game, then you won’t want to miss the …
J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings is not just a story. Like Dungeons & Dragons, it is an adventure that begs to be experience and as such, it only makes sense to turn it into a tabletop game, and the The One Ring Roleplaying Game Second Edition is exactly that.
Even if you did not watch Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 movie adaptation of Stephen King’s horror novel, The Shining or read the book itself, you will know that it is a story that messes with your mind.
The Mandalorian has arrive to Monopoly! And boy am I impressed by the packaging, which have some depth to it – thanks to the awesome steel-like design and the 3D-like graphics. I absolutely adore the packaging even I am not a fan of the Disney+ TV series.
There are one thousand and one Monopoly themes out there. It ranges from Godzilla to Fortnite to Cheaters Edition. However, if you are a huge fan of Pixar animations, there is only one Monopoly to go for and that’s the Monopoly: Pixar Edition.
Have you ever wonder how hard was it to break out of the infamous rocky island prison, Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary, on Alcatraz Island? How about you stop wondering and have a go itself? Like, (almost) literally, with PlayMonster’s board game/puzzle game Break In.
We all know the surreal, alternate history sci-fi series Tales from the Loop on Amazon Prime Video is based on the art book by Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag. But do you know that there has been a tabletop RPG since 2017?
Here’s one for all board game enthusiasts. Board game publisher, Days of Wonder, has announced that Blizzard’s World of Warcraft MMORPG game will be joining its Small World board game lineup.
This is a must-have for any diehard Star Wars fan. It is the Hasbro Star Wars Hoth Ice Planet Adventure Board Game based on the 1980’s game by Kenner. Hasbro Games has brought the game back as we have remembered it.
Movies that find itself as games like Monopoly and UNO usually are box office smash hits, but thanks to Barry & Jason Games and Entertainment, not-so-smash-hit-but-still-pretty damn awesome movie, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (DreamWorks Pictures, 2004), is getting its own game too.