Home » Archive

Articles tagged with: Eagle games

Featured, Headline, Reviews/Tutorials »

[26 Mar 2015 | No Comment | ]
Francis Drake – OTSBGR

“Return to a bustling Plymouth Harbour in 1572 as an aspiring Elizabethan captain making preparations for three exciting voyages to the Spanish Main in search of fame and fortune! As such captains, players will have to plan their missions and provision their ships accordingly. This is a race to see who can set sail and reach the Spanish Main first. The riches of the Aztec and Inca Empires await these swashbuckling captains. Many tough decisions must be made before each voyage: * How many crew members, guns and trade goods …

2D6 Podcasts, Featured »

[19 Dec 2013 | No Comment | ]
The Game Pit: Episode 16 – Picking Over the Bones

In this episode Sean and Ronan pick over the bones of four games they have played recently. 
Falling into the pit this time around are Bruges, Robinson Crusoe: Adventure on the Cursed Island, London and Francis Drake. 

Featured, Reviews/Tutorials »

[18 Dec 2013 | No Comment | ]
Rococo Review

Rokoko is a Eurostyle board game with an interesting take on deck-building. Each turn you play one of your employee cards and let that employee perform a task: hire a new employee, buy resources, manufacture a coat or dress, or invest in the ball’s decorations. But not every employee is up to every task, so you must choose and lead your employees wisely

Featured, Reviews/Tutorials »

[25 Sep 2013 | No Comment | ]
Dawn: Rise of the Occulites (Video Review)

Dawn – Rise of the Occulites is a skirmish level miniatures game that uses an innovative card based action resolution mechanic that is both interesting and engaging.
This system is called the “Natural Selection Deck” and is responsible for everything from activating your tribe members, to resolving movement through terrain and a deep and rewarding combat system.

Headline, Reviews/Tutorials »

[13 Jul 2013 | No Comment | ]
Baltimore & Ohio (Video Review)

With a bright Peep from the whistle, a full Chuff from the pistons and a powerful Clank from the drivers, America’s first steam locomotive moves down the steel rails of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Baltimore in 1830. This strategic railroad game extends from the first of America’s railroads through the golden age of steam, where pioneering rail barons knit together the fledgling United States with iron roads, realizing the full power of the nation’s mighty heartland.

Featured, Reviews/Tutorials »

[12 Mar 2013 | No Comment | ]
New England Railways (Video Review)

This, the second game in the Early Railways Series following Lancashire Railways is set in New England.

Featured, Reviews/Tutorials »

[3 Oct 2012 | No Comment | ]
Sid Sackson Signature Series (Video Review)

Three ancient relics from the Godfather of boardgame design!

Featured, Reviews/Tutorials »

[22 Jun 2012 | 2 Comments | ]
Defenders of the Realm – A Written Review

In the ancient Citadel of Monarch City, the King calls to arms the finest Heroes to defend against a Darkness that engulfs the land. You and your allies must embark on a journey to defend the countryside, repair the tainted lands, and defeat the four Generals and their Minions before any of them enter the Citadel.

Featured, Reviews/Tutorials »

[28 Feb 2012 | No Comment | ]
Dragon Rampage (Video Review)

Sure there is a lot of gold, but what do you do if you awaken the dragon.

Featured, Reviews/Tutorials »

[20 Jul 2011 | 2 Comments | ]
Defenders of the Realm

Defenders of the Realm is a cooperative game unlike any cooperative game you’ve ever played. O.k., that’s a lie, but it would be too easy to compare it to another well-known game which shall remain nameless.