A game that mixes together chess, Connect-Four, and a host of other ideas to create something that's pretty interesting. There are a few problems here and there, and it's not the most polished game we've seen from Asmodee, but it's definitely worth checking out.
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Fighting Fantasy Legends Portal
Asmodee's second game on the list couldn't be much further from the first. It's a re-telling of some of the classic Fighting Fantasy gamebooks, with a solo-board-game twist. Pick cards, get in fights, and try not to get murdered by giant flies. It's all fun and games.
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A much smaller third entry, but it's no-less compelling. Mind Cards is all about clearing a deck of cards. That deck contains monsters, spells, health potions, and loot, and getting rid of them all is a tough ask. Throw in some challenges and you've got a compulsive and addictive experience.
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Isle of Skye
The last Asmodee game on the list is probably the best of them all. It's all about controlling the lands of the titular island, via the medium of whisky barrels, sheep, and bartering. It's got a few interesting twists to it, and plenty of ideas that are going to keep things pretty damn interesting.
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The Horus Heresy: Legions
A deep and dark card game that takes place during the defining time of Games Workshop's horrible future universe. Build your deck, learn what your cards do, and fight it out in multiplayer battles to the death. It's slick, there's plenty of room to explore and experiment, and if you've got a soft spot for Hearthstone, this one's going to tickle it really rather well.
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