In 1954, the first Godzilla movie was released. The Kaiju genre of film and pop culture can trace its origins back to Japan. Kaiju is a Japanese film genre that features giant monsters, usually attac...
This thought came to me from another post, so I thought I'd ask: What's your go-to gateway game when playing with people unfamiliar with modern board games? Of course, this will most likely vary depending on the person/people you're playing with, but I'm always curious to see what you guys find successful.
For me, here are some that are always hits (and again, I wouldn't play some with certain people):
Survive: Escape from Atlantis
King of Tokyo
I know, I know...that's a big list. But again, each of these fits well with a specific personality. The thing all these have in common is that they're relatively simple to learn, yet are very engaging, and I think that's important. What do you like to pull out for new gamers?
[Pandemic, Expancity, Castle Panic Board Game, Codenames, Tokaido, King of Tokyo, Survive Escape From Atlantis 30th Anniversary Edition, Colt Express, ...]
Mine was King of Tokyo. Played it first during college years and gave me a different impression on the board game scene. Made me realize there's way more out there than just Monopoly and Apples to Apples xD
King of Tokyo was released in 2011, but with its recent 2nd edition release and Rampage in cinemas, the TechRaptor Tabletop Team decided to revisit this hugely popular board game that spawned the Kin...
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