Small World! A ‘new’ classic. I still think it’s a great gateway game thanks to its pace, lovely art and general sillyness. 🙂
Yesterday there was another Netrunner tournament! I was asked a few months back if I’d like to design a custom Netrunner card of The Supplier, displaying our FLGS Comicasa as a sort of thank you for the store and as a cool little price for all the participants. Of course I said yes and it was ‘released’ yesterday. The owners of the store got a very nice large print to hang at the wall and I received a lot copies of the card.
>Click here to see the original image of the card.<
(If you would like some Supplier cards to give away as a price at a local Netrunner tournament, send me a message and I could send you some. If you’re in The Netherlands: you can visit the Comicasa and ask them for a copy of the card!)
We’ve been interviewed by DadMostlyLoses and it was published last week! You can read it by clicking here.
Small world is fantastic!
Another gateway game I’d recommend is Ticket to Ride or Pandemic.
small world is a fantastical rich world thats to small for all the races.
a bit difrent art style then your usual take, nice.
and the netrunner card, thats just plain cool!!.
altogh i stil have to try netrunner (shame).
keep up the good work!.
I’ve had success with The Adventurers games from Fantasy Flight (Temple of Chac and Pyramid of Horus).
The Indiana Jones-esque theme informs all the potentially daunting action mechanics, and it’s great to see those friends that have never played an RPG really get into their character.
Tokaido is a game I’ve had massive success with, so much so that when I guilted my family into playing, they not only tolerated it, they asked to play it again!
After that, King of Tokyo has been a sure fire hit with the visual appeal, the thrill of the dice and the simple mechanisms