Star Wars Outer Rim Review

Star Wars Outer Rim – board games in a dangerous galaxy

Star Wars: Outer Rim from Fantasy Flight Games is again a board game with the powerful Star Wars license. As pilots, smugglers or bounty hunters you try your luck and besides credits you are looking for one thing above all else – prestige! Because only the adventurer with the most prestige will be able to watch out for all dangers in a galaxy far, far away, at a time that has long passed. If the board game Star Wars: Outer Rim is doing well, you can read in the following review of the game.

Have fun reading it.

Review: The Lord of the Rings: Journeys in Middle-Earth

The Lord of the Rings: Journeys in Middle-Earth – Ring not included

Lord of the Rings – Journeys in Middle-earth is the first miniature campaign board game to appear in the Lord of the Rings universe. The board game by Nathan Hajek and Grace Holdinghaus, published by Fantasy Flight Games, was on our board game table. Whether it was worthwhile to take the elven cloaks out of the closet and put them on and why a cave troll can even make experienced adventurers flee, you can read about in our game review.

KeyForge – The unique Unique Card Game

KeyForge was one of the two unique board games that made their debut at SPIEL 18. After we already speculated about KeyForge after the first announcement, enough time has now passed that we can put our speculations aside and talk resp. write about Richard Garfield’s card game in plain language.

Star Wars Rebellion – an epic board game

With a deep hum the control unit confirmed its service. Bright red light flooded the room. Individual cracks were visible in the carbon. Exhausted Leia, awakened from her deep sleep, fell straight into Han’s arms. Han and Lando put her on the prepared hovering unit. The time window they had gotten from the surprise attack by the Renegade Squadron was almost used up. Now they had to get into the hangar quickly. Here stood the Imperial Shuttle, with which their escape could begin.

So or something like that, one of the Star Wars parts could have run across the screen in the cinema. That he did not do this is common knowledge. But if you want to create your own sequence of films, you can’t avoid Star Wars Rebellion. Because this board game is about exactly that: Finally you can recreate the whole conflict about the galaxy between the Empire and the rebels.