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Looking for a great Euro game? Eurogames are categorized as having minimal direct “attacks” on other players and usually focus on building, point values, and high strategy. Here you’ll find our recommendations and reviews of the best Euro board games out there.

Civilization: A New Dawn 4X Board Game Box
Joe Jones

Civilization: A New Dawn Review

If, like me, you’ve whiled away hours of your life developing the nuclear arms program of the Holy Roman Empire on Sid Meier’s Civilization V,

Carcassonne Board Game Logo and Featured Image
Bryan Truong

Carcassonne Board Game Review

The beautiful medieval walled city of Carcassonne is steeped in culture and history. What better way to commemorate it than in a board game? It’s

Catan Board Game Logo Featured Image
Bryan Truong

Catan Review

Oh Catan, you glorious bastard. It’s the game that got most of us out of the Monopoly board gaming scene. Often loved, sometimes reviled, it

Five Tribes Board Game
Joe Jones

Five Tribes Board Game Review

Enter the world of the Arabian Nights. The sultan has died. And now you must jostle for influence to take their place. Check out our

Castles of Burgundy Logo Featured Image
Joe Jones

The Castles of Burgundy Review

15th century France: a century dominated by the Hundred Years War, and culminating with a declaration of war on Italy. Also, the inspiration for The

Best Engine-Building Board Games Featured Image
Bryan Truong

Best Engine-Building Board Games

“There can be economy only where there is efficiency.” — Benjamin Disraeli Engine-building board games offer players the opportunity to not only strategize but to

Best 90s Board Games Featured
Bryan Truong

Best 90s Board Games

The 90s were a weird time. It was full of questionable cartoons, horrifyingly green sodas, Blockbuster video stores, and trapper keepers. VH1 and MTV actually

Terra Mystica Board Game
Bryan Truong

Terra Mystica Review

The Witches and the Fakirs fly around stealing land, the Giants and Chaos Magicians are laying waste to everything around them, the Dwarves dig into

Stone Age 3-Player Board Game
Bryan Truong

Stone Age Board Game Review

Back in the proverbial “day”, things were simpler. There were no cell phones or books full of faces. It was a simpler time when you

Lords of Waterdeep Board Game
Bryan Truong

Lords of Waterdeep Board Game Review

Waterdeep, the City of Splendors – the most resplendent jewel in the Forgotten Realms, and a den of political intrigue and shady back-alley dealings. In

Takenoko Board Game Featured
Bryan Truong

Takenoko Review

A long time ago, the Emperor of China offered Japanese Emperor a Giant Panda as a symbol of peace. Your delicate mission is to take

Viticulture Essential Edition Board Game Box and Components
Bryan Truong

Best Worker Placement Board Games

Worker placement board games have grown rapidly in popularity over the last few years. This mechanic is heavily featured in Euro-style board games. In a

Best Cheap Board Games Header
Bryan Truong

Best Cheap Board Games

Clearly, the first game I’m going to mention is Kingdom Death: Monster… wait, no. It costs HOW much? And that’s to illustrate the point that

Twilight Imperium Board Game
Bryan Truong

Best 6-Player Board Games

Board games are one of the best ways to spend time with family and friends. Unfortunately, it sometimes seems that with larger groups, around 6

Through the Ages Board Game
Bryan Truong

Best 3-Player Board Games

Third wheel? Never again! We’ve compiled a list of the best 3-player board games that really shine with a group of three. Our Top Picks

Azul Family Board Game
Bryan Truong

Best Educational Board Games

Board games offer the perfect opportunity to spend quality time with family and friends. I remember many hours spent sitting on the living room floor