Conquest & Consequence – First Impressions – The Boardgames Chronicle

It is already some time since the Conquest & Consequence was published and after couple of sessions with that game I think I am able to share my First Impressions. Why not full review? I think the game is too deep, with so many possibilities and scenarios unfolding, that I need more time with that … Read more

ROOT – Marauder Expansion – First Impressions – The Boardgames Chronicle

Having the huge pack with great ROOT goodies (Marauder Expansion, Hirings Box and Clockwork Expansion 2) delivered recently, it did not take long to bring them to the table! I tested couple of set-ups – solitaire and multiplayer, and would like to share them with the Dear Readers. But before Sessions itself, couple words on … Read more

OATH – First Impressions – The Boardgames Chronicle

It is quite common in boardgames world, that you are being influenced by and attracted to already known designers and publishers. I am huge fan of ROOT created by Cole Wehrle from Leder Games. I have played thoroughly base game, Riverfolk and Underworld Expansion, solo mode and even digital version! So when I saw that … Read more

Pacific War Engagement Scenarios – First Impressions & evaluation – The Boardgames Chronicle

Since I already had a pleasure of playing all Pacific War Engagement Scenarios (and actually creating Video playthroughs for them) I thought I will summarize my experiences in this one article. You will always find some interesting information about each set-up, what it teaches, my subjective fun factor from playing it and some additional evaluation … Read more

Hellenica – first impressions – The Boardgames Chronicle

While I am not so much a miniatures player, I never pass on an interesting title. Especially if that concerns my favorite part of human history – Antiquity. Last year we had a Kickstarter for Hellenica expansions where one could also get the base version. Me fellow boardgames buddy Jakub decided to get this title … Read more

Tarawa 1943 – First Impressions – The Boardgames Chronicle

I am getting more and more fond of the good, solitaire games. And it is encouraging to see that more and more companies start to treat seriously that branch of wargames. Recently we can observe such transformation with Worthington Publishing – they have published great siege series and recently shipped their newest product – Tarawa … Read more

Unfathomable – first impressions – The Boardgames Chronicle

Among my boardgames friends there is a special subset with pretty specific interest and focus – HP Lovecraft prose and titles connected to this. Not surprisingly, we play with them a lot of Arkham Horror or Mansion of Madness. They also love Battlestar Galactica, so when I heard that there will be game combining its … Read more

The Decolonization of British India, 1917–1947- First Impressions – The Boardgames Chronicle

It does not take long to convince me to familiarize with yet another COIN game 🙂 This was exactly the situation with Gandhi: The Decolonization of British India, 1917–1947. From one side, a colleague of mine was selling an unwrapped copy – and I couldn’t pass such an opportunity; on the other hand my online … Read more