Articles About Indie Boards & Cards

Crack the Code Cooperative Deduction Game Overview

Crack the Code Cooperative Deduction Game Overview

As much as I love cooperative and deduction games, you would think there would be more in our collection. Whether it’s something visual like MicroMacro: Crime City, an escape/mystery game like Chronicles of Crime or a trick-taking gam ...
Potemkin Empire City-Building Game Overview

Potemkin Empire City-Building Game Overview

What do you do when you’re invited to join a game that is made up of a bunch of things you hate? You give it the benefit of the doubt and play. Potemkin Empire from Indie Boards & Cards is a city-building game (that part I like) t ...
Kodama 3D Abstract Strategy Game Overview

Kodama 3D Abstract Strategy Game Overview

If you’ve ever heard of Laverne and Shirley or Mork and Mindy, you are witness to one of the most common practices in television marketing: spin-offs. More current examples would be Mixed-ish and Grown-ish, a couple shows in ABC’ ...
Doctor! Doctor! Dexterity Game Overview

Doctor! Doctor! Dexterity Game Overview

When you think back to the board games you used to play as child, what comes to mind? Candy Land? Monopoly? Clue? Yahtzee? One game in particular was the source of argument in our household – Operation. Not because we were fighting ov ...
Kokoro Flip and Write Game Overview

Kokoro Flip and Write Game Overview

We’ve recently been telling you a lot about polyomino games, one of the current trends in the tabletop industry. It’s not uncommon to see similar themes or game styles sweep through the industry. While games utilizing geometric ...
The Best New Games Debuting at Gen Con 2019 – Part 2

The Best New Games Debuting at Gen Con 2019 – Part 2

Ahhh. So glad to see that Siri reminded you to come back today. We only touched the tip of the iceberg yesterday with Part 1 of our list of the best games debuting at Gen Con 2019! They’re alphabetical and the first of our series didn ...
Shogunate Game Giveaway

Shogunate Game Giveaway

If you want a job, you may need to be ruthless to land it. But if you want to be the next Shogun, you need to proceed with honor against the others who are doing the same. That’s the premise in Shogunate Card games from Indie Boards a ...