Nova Luna board game
Nova Luna board game

Nova Luna

The new moon is a symbol for a new beginning, the perfect time to start something new and to plan your future — and that is what Nova Luna (lat. for new moon) is all about. In each round of this abstract tile-laying game, you have to plan your future anew, developing a new strategy to cope with what the moon wheel has to offer you.

On each turn, you have to decide which new tile from the moon wheel to place in front of you. Every new tile brings a new task you have to fulfill. In order to do so, you need to place tiles of the correct color adjacent to the task you want to complete, but these of course again bring you new tasks. Each time a task is solved, you may place one of your markers on it. So decide wisely and be the first one to place all your markers.



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  • Really a fun little game... need to play it more
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I played many family-weight games, none really strategic.  All were really fun.

#Gingerbread House

#Las Vegas Royale

#Medici

#Cross Clues (probably the easiest one, as anyone can join or leave at any time, and clues can get pretty hilarious)

#Harvest Dice

And a few with co-workers online - #Nova Luna, #Carcassonne, #The King's Guild

Played #Rurik: Dawn of Kiev with four players for game night. "Knife fight in a phone booth" is how one person described it, and it's quite accurate. At least one of them plans on backing it on Kickstarter when the reprint launches at the end of August.

Then we played #Nova Luna, which I already made a post about. Good game. Highly enjoyable.

I tried out #The Alpha with my kids, ages 5 and 3. As expected, my three-year-old struggled to focus ("I'm done with this game. Have yyou won yet?"). Still, he won by putting his wolves on random animals. My five-year-old caught on quickly and did really well. Because of the simple gameplay and lack of text on the tiles, I thought he might be able to play it despite being so young. He liked it a lot, and I wouldn't hesitate having him play with us when we do play it. 

Also played a solo  and cooperative game of #Call to Adventure: The Stormlight Archive with my wife. Solo is crazy hard, and I have yet to win. We did win cooperatively, however. Looking forward to playing it compeetitively to see how that goes.

Just got my copy of #Nova Luna in the mail yesterday! I ended up trying the solo version just to help solidify the rules for me a bit. I am hoping to play a bit more this week at 2p with my fiance. 

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