Mega Giveaway Day 39 – Ravens of Thri Sahashri Game
Osprey Publishing not only offers educational games, but they also have some with beautiful artwork! Our Day 39 prize, Ravens of Thri Sahashri, is one of those! We featured it in our Stocking Stuffers Gift Guide and now one lucky SahmReviews.com reader is going to win a copy!
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30 thoughts on “Mega Giveaway Day 39 – Ravens of Thri Sahashri Game”
When it comes to artwork in games, I like the artwork from multiple artists on multiple cards. Diversity.
I like artwork that fits the theme of the game best. That covers a wide range of art styles.
i can deal with most artwork
I like art but it has to be subdued so that the game is still very functional.
Art that matches the theme and mechanics.
I’m not too picky, but I definitely like games where it’s obvious that time/money have been put in to make it look good. For example, FFG tends to hire great artists.
I like bright colored artwork that is simple and not fancy.
any kind of art
any kind of art
Clean =, crisp lines
Oh wow! We JUST purchased this game…it is AMAZING! We haven’t won yet, but will keep trying!! I highly recommend this game…it is very well thought out, and there are so many things to keep track of! As for the artwork question, I like any artwork that fits well with the game. This game has great manga-like artwork, which is perfect. We also have another game called Sushi Go that has very cute pieces of sushi on the cards. Both art styles fit perfectly with each game.
I like epic mural style art.
Bright vlean. I’m not much of an artsy person so as long as it’s ok im good.
I like dreamy colorful artwork, like tarot cards.
I like art that depicts landscapes and geological features (Above and Below comes to mind, with it’s underground cave system).
Fantasy art, like in Abyss
warm, pretty colors. blues, reds, greens, browns, all okay if used well together. But I hate green/grey/brown dystopian palates that look like someone threw up on the board (I’m also sick of that motif in movies and video games). Intricate design is appreciated, so long as it doesn’t make it hard to find key board features.
We have always enjoyed manga style art. =)
We love manga art but any detailed art is nice to see in a game.
I’m not too picky about the art style’s of the games I play but the art does have to be done well.
I like some more mountains and streams artwork when I play a game.
bright colorful fantasy art
I like bright colored artwork.
Bright and colorful
I like stylistic art that fits the theme…..and is quirky, too!
My preference is for fantasy art.