Boop cats around on a quilt to get three in a row in this aptly named game, boop, from Smirk and Laughter.
It’s time from the next part of my Top 100 Games from 80 through 71. Checkout my video and breakdown on Malts and Meeples.
Land vs Sea, finally hitting the table after getting a look at it at Gen Con. Is this an abstract game that builds well for me?
What board games are at the top of games that give me deep decision making but are simpler to learn and play at least with their core game?
Is Quarto an abstract game that I’m going to love, or is it too much like Connect 4? Today I take a look at this game from Gigamic.
It was a busy stream, went through a whole lot of board games because I got to cubbies that are stuffed with roll and writes. Which made the cut?
What Sci-Fi board games have I played, and how do I rank them? It’s fewer than fantasy but also a theme I really love, so what more should I play?
The Top 100 Board Games (Of All Time) 2021 Edition continues on over at Malts and Meeples with 70 through 61.
What do I look for when it comes to an Abstract Game? Are there certain things that will drive me away or pull me towards one?
Calico is a quilting and cat collecting tile laying board game from Flatout Games. Is this game going to make it your shelf?