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Neil Bunker

Articles By: Neil Bunker

Seikatsu Review
Seikatsu Review

In Seikatsu, players are taking turns to place tiles and the aim is to build a garden with the most pleasing view. Learn more about this abstract game.

Shadows: Amsterdam Review
Shadows: Amsterdam Review

Shadows: Amsterdam is a real-time simultaneous competition between detectives, using pictures that contain Intel to communicate within your own team.

An Intro to…Phil Walker-Harding
An Intro to…Phil Walker-Harding

The first in our “An Intro to..” series focuses on Phil Walker-Harding, the creator of fantastic board games such as Sushi Go and Bärenpark.

An Intro to…(Series Introduction)
An Intro to…(Series Introduction)

Many modern board games generate huge publicity pre-release based on who the designer is. The “An Intro To…” series provides profiles for the designers.

Outfoxed! Review
Outfoxed! Review

In Outfoxed!, a co-operative whodunit game, players search for clues and reveal suspects in the mystery of who stole Mrs Plumpert’s prized pot pie.

Castle Panic: The Dark Titan Review
Castle Panic: The Dark Titan Review

The Dark Titan is the second expansion set to Castle Panic. It introduces several new mechanics and a variety of new monsters, including Agnarok!

Cuba Libre Review
Cuba Libre Review

Cuba Libre, designed by Jeff Grossman and Volko Ruhnke, published by GMT Games, puts 1-4 players in heart of the later stages of the Cuban Revolution.

Loony Quest Review
Loony Quest Review

In the drawing game Loony Quest, players study challenging level cards, then try to replicate the outline to meet targets and avoid obstacles on their tracing sheets.

Dwar7s Fall Review
Dwar7s Fall Review

Dwar7s Fall, designed by Luis Brüeh and published by Vesuvius Media, is a 2-4 player game in which players take the role of Dwarven kings preparing their kingdoms for Winter.